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Increasing pixel size of alreadt existing picture.


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In simple computer using laymen terms is there a step by step easy way to increase the pixel size of an already computer stored picture.
You`ll be explaining this to someone who does not have strong knowledge of using a computer. That would be me but I`m learning! lol
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Are you basically wanting to increase the size of a picture you have? How much you can do this depends on the initial quality of the image before the size becomes too large and you have a pixelation problem. It is dependent on image file type, too, but I imagine you are talking about a standard JPEG image? Is this to be enlarged for a web page or just to save as a larger image on your computer?

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For a web.They need it 650 x 480 pixels
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What size is it now? You didn't mention image type. If not too small, then they can upload it to their common image folder, add to the web page where they want image to appear:

<img src="image_folder_here/image_name.jpg" style="width: 480px; height: 650px; border: 0 solid #007878;" alt="text description here">

This is just basic as I don't know where or whether they need more styling. Swap width/height values if wrong. If you have a graphics program, you can also resize image to that size if needed to see how it looks.

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You're welcome as usual. Please post back if this helped or you need it done another way.

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sure will !!
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