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Sparkie sputters

I am doing this so I think I can put the pictures of breads I made this past few days

 

chris

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I do not know how to reduce the size of the pictures so they won't be loadable. Ah well, twas a nice try.

chris

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SylviaH

Sparkie,

I was very frustrated for a long time because my pictures were to large to upload.  Going to a site called http://wwwshrinkpictures.com totally solved the problem....and it's free.  Especially for someone like me who is not very knowledgeable when it comes to PC's and also I had my digital camera for a couple of years before ever using it...I never was a photo taker and probably the most pictures I ever snaped where on my brownie camera...just to let you how little experience this grandma has with all the gadgets of today...I do hope this site helps.

Sylvia

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sphealey

If you are using Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft has available an add-in called Image Resizer. After you download and install it, selecting JPEG file in Windows Explorer and right-clicking it will bring up an additional menu choice called "Resize Image" with options for Small, Medium, and Large. It creates a new, resized copy of a JPG. The Small size will work for TFL.

sPh

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Sparkie

I are bea amb a dummby

 

I tried dwnlding resizer 3 times , it says it loads then it dunt. termarra I will try the other way , but for now I am too tired. I have XP not vista, and it says there is no support for this product, sheesh, then why bother having it, non?

 

If you have idiot proof directions I will try again. I can call you on phone if you like. But if not no sweat.

 Thanks

Sparkie

 

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Sparkie

thanks sylvia and  sphealey .

  I will give it a go later and upload my noshables. If you have any suggestions as to why my rye is so bitter, (especially the crust, or maybe it ALLL in the crust, let me know.

 

I will make another loaf termarra, less bitter will make the troops happy, but mostly ME happy. When I was a kid all whole wheat tasted bitter and consiancy of sawdust. I like white breads, but know intrinsically that whole grain is the way to go.

sparkie