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 Posted: Mon Jun 22nd, 2009 03:45 am
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Managed to save the screen shots of  the examples of the current project I am working on, they were fine in Paint and saved as *.jpeg, but when uploaded to PhotoBucket appeared as the size of a postage stamp?
 

Help and assistance most grateful.

 
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John

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Hi John

Have you got Powerpoint? If you have copy screen and paste into power point, scale the image up to the size you want then save as a jpg.

You can do the same in word too.

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Hi Marty,

Thanks, do not have PowerPoint but seem to recall there is an Open Org version, would that do the same thing?

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John

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Hi John, just google MWSnap and download the free software of that name. I use it regularly and it's a good programme. It allows you to take a "snap" of your computer screen (or part of it) at any time and saves the resulting image as a jpeg file ready for downloading into photobucket.

Make sure the original (pre snap) file is saved though, as any changes you want to make (in a developing plan for example) can't be done in the snapped screenshot.

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Jeff,

Thank you very much appreciated.

Many thanks

John

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Jeff's option sounds better than mine John.



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Marty,

Thanks for the suggestion and you saved me the quandary of making the decision!

Owe you one.

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John

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Jeff,

Many thanks works a treat, just need to remember to alter my image size from within Photobucket, hesitant to do! If you recall I of the huge photo's:mutley

 

Once again thank you for your help.

John

 

 

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