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Re: Photo Editing Software


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Feb 28 2003 - 05:09:20 PST

I suggest you use Adobe Photoshop Elements.
It's the cheaper version of Photoshop.
I reduce my image sizes to put pics on web pages all the time.
I even reduce them to a very small size for thumbnails.
                                                Woody in KC

The Austin's wrote:
> What photo editing software do you use to shrink your graphics? I have HP
> Photosmart, ACSee, Kodak Picture Software, Zone Drawer 3, and Micrografx
> Photo Magic. The Micrografx is the only one that I can find that allows me
> to not only shrink graphics but to shrink their file size as well.
> Unfortunately, it is a Windows 95 program, and while it does allow me to use
> the program it is showing it's age in the editing results (looked great in
> 95, not so great in 03). I have 6 lessons I want to upload but my graphics
> are too big!
> ~*~Michal~*~

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