ReDobie4Kev said:The way I do it when i don't want to waste much time is like this: Find picture as a file, right click on it click "open with" then choose Microsoft paint (this is assuming your using microsoft windows). The picture should be in the paint window, now press ctrl + w, that will make the stretch and skew window open. Then there should be a box that says vertical, and one that says horizontal. They should both be at 100%. It depends on how much smaller you want to make the pictures, but you can make it how ever many percent smaller that you want. If you want it to be half the size, make horizontal 50% and vertical 50%. You should always keep the horizoltal and vertical numbers the same so the shape of the pictures don't change. Then you can choose save as, and then go to the saved file, right click and choose properties, you can see the size of the file there, and if it should be bigger or smaller. It may sound like a long process, but after a few times doing it i can do it in less than a minutes. You can also make pictures bigger this way too, just go higher than 100%, but usually making a pictures bigger this way lowers the quality. I've never used resizing software, so some of that could be a lot easier, but this is my way :-D
Why don't you suggest the easiest fastest way then, without waisting time.barn63 said:Lets not waste her time. There are several online photo resizers where you upload the picture and select the new dimensions. Paint is not the way to resize a picture.....enless your looking for a good waste of your time.