(MARRS-RX7) Cage Pics

Kevin Hutchens kevin
Wed Oct 6 18:15:13 CEST 2010

Props for using MS Paint =)  One note. make sure you do Save As and enter a
new name or work on COPIES of the photos as doing this will leave your
original photos smaller.


You can also download and install this little tool from Microsoft:


(from this package with lots of options:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/powertoys/xppowertoys.mspx )


Then you can right click on the photo and somewhere there will be a resize
option right there. Again, do this on COPIES of the photos (so the original
ones don't change).




From: spec7-bounces at specrx7.com [mailto:spec7-bounces at specrx7.com] On Behalf
Of Theo Abramovich
Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 2010 8:35 AM
To: Spec RX-7
Subject: Re: (MARRS-RX7) Cage Pics


Right hand click on them and a menu will pop up. At the bottom is
"Properties" hit that and see how big they are. Most likely a few megs and
you have the resolution cranked way up to 2048x1536 or something.

Most likely you don't have photoshop on your computer... We can still work
with some stuff that came with Windows for free.

Right hand click on the photo again. In the menu should be "Edit" somewhere
near the top. Hit that. It should open up the photo automatically in

Up at the top there are menus, File, Edit, View, etc... One of the is Image.
Click that and the menu will drop down, Attributes is one of the items in
there, click that. You'll find the resolution in there. Like I said, it's
probably some ungodly huge size... Figure out how many times larger it is
than 1024x768. (2048x1536 is 2x both ways.)

Hit Cancel. Go back up to the "Image" menu and click "Stretch/Skew" Enter in
some stretch numbers. (If it's 2x larger, go down by 50%. so on and so
forth.) Basically get it down to 1024x768, because that's a pretty average
screen size.

Click the File menu and hit save. Repeat as needed.

On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 11:01 AM, Bill McCabe <thebillmccabe at gmail.com>

OK guys obviously I had better stick to welding vs computers. I sent the
pictures and they got kicked back saying that it was too big to send
through. Then I just sent two pics and It was still to big. I can't cut them
with a chop saw so if someone can walk me through how to shrink them I will
send them again.


Bill McCabe

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