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scanned image sent in email is too large

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Got the problem of sending the scanned image taken care of but was told by recipent the picture should be smaller. I have scanned finished cross stitch that are about 4x4 in size and when I send them jpg.file she says the pictures need to be smaller on her end. Any way to do that? I saw something called a tif. file but when I tried to upload it, it took forever so I'm guessing that is an even larger picture????? Kayona
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Vist adobe and get Adobe Reader for Windows ME. Include the photoshop album but avoid the google toolbar. Open photoshop click get photos, choose the picture, left click it to put a yellow line round it then click share then e-mail. Add Recipient, then remove tick from include tags with photos, then put the dot in individual attachments, check the convert to jpeg is ticked, then set the size to big 1024 x 768 click customize and set the quality to maximum then click OK. Click OK in the other window. It changed a 1.25MB file to 408KB

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