Windows Vista - downsizing photos - Asked By Diana Lonie on 30-Jan-12 09:38 PM

Could someone please tell me how to downsize  a received , attached photo in my email.Running Windows Vista
Jitendra Faye replied to Diana Lonie on 30-Jan-12 10:33 PM

There are two ways to reduce the size of pictures that you attach to e-mail messages in Outlook 2010:

  • Reduce the picture dimensions    Digital cameras can create very large images far in excess of the dimensions that most computer monitors can display full screen. Compressing the image to a smaller width and height can greatly reduce the file size. This option is available for pictures that are attached, but not displayed within the message body.
  • Compress the picture resolution    By decreasing the dots per inch (DPI), file size is reduced, but the quality of the image is also impacted. Displaying images on a computer monitor requires a lower DPI than images that are printed. If the recipient doesn’t need higher quality resolutions, use a lower setting. This option is available for pictures that appear within the message body.

Try this AND LET EM KNOW.

Amit Choudhary replied to Diana Lonie on 30-Jan-12 10:39 PM
If you want this in your are receiving mails then you cannot do since you are receiver and receiving  what others have sent to you , you are just receiving. but if you are a sender for mails then you can use light quality version of images to do it.
Hope this will help you.
Amit Choudhary replied to Diana Lonie on 30-Jan-12 10:39 PM
If you want this in your are receiving mails then you cannot do since you are receiver and receiving  what others have sent to you , you are just receiving. but if you are a sender for mails then you can use light quality version of images to do it.
Hope this will help you.
Anoop S replied to Diana Lonie on 30-Jan-12 11:20 PM

Under Vista, the easiest way to generate a smaller, resized image is the following:

  1. Double-click image to open in default Vista image viewer (Windows Photo Gallery)
  2. Click the "E-mail" toolbar icon.
  3. Pick a size and click OK.
smr replied to Diana Lonie on 30-Jan-12 11:30 PM
hi

follow these steps

Go to image and right click, then open with paint. Now a paint window opens and click on image and then where it says 100% by 100% change to 50% by 50%.Click ok. then click on file and then save as and now the image will be resized.
Riley K replied to Diana Lonie on 30-Jan-12 11:32 PM



If you open Windows Photo Gallery, highlight the picture, click on "E-mail" on the toolbar, it will offer you the chance to downsize, and attach it to an email.


OR 

You can use a third party image resizer, 

http://www.windows7hacker.com/index.php/2009/09/quickly-resize-images-in-windows-7-and-vista-on-the-fly/


Regards
dipa ahuja replied to Diana Lonie on 31-Jan-12 06:24 AM
http://imageresizer.codeplex.com/releases/view/74953