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Resizing pictures for your MedHelp profile

I know nermine and perty were talking about how their photos were in too big a format to use for the photo on their profile on this site.  There is a website called "www. shrinkpictures. com" (without the spaces and quotation marks) that will shrink online pix for you at no charge.  It's easy to use (I've used it and I know nothing about digital photography) and they are not a marketing shill or anything.  I don't know if they would be the answer for the requirements of this site, but they sure could be.
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Also, if you go to paint you can resize them by clicking on image and then stretch/skew. I always do 25% and it does the trick.
Avatar universal
i did mine with the paint.  funny how you have to increase the number size to make the pic smaller, maybe i should have payed more attention in math!
238474 tn?1192413709
your picture only takes up a small portion of the screen - what did you do?  Another way you can make the pixels lower is by taking a picture, and then cropping it.  By cropping it, you lose resolution, making the picture less pixels for the size..  I finally got a picture of us up by doing that :)  I didn't realize it wasn't letting me doing it because the file size was too big.

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