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Old September 1st, 2008, 05:16 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Nate Niemi
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Default Chinook King Salmon

Here is a pic of yesterdays harvest of a Chinook "King" Salmon caught in the
St. Mary's River between Soo Canada and Sault St. Marie Michigan.
Good eating size....




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Old September 1st, 2008, 07:04 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
pe.rhodes
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Default Chinook King Salmon

Or ....

"Nate Niemi" wrote in message
et...
Here is a pic of yesterdays harvest of a Chinook "King" Salmon caught in
the
St. Mary's River between Soo Canada and Sault St. Marie Michigan.
Good eating size....







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Old September 3rd, 2008, 11:06 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Nate Niemi
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Default Chinook King Salmon

Ok...how did you do that...!
"pe.rhodes" wrote in message
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Or ....

"Nate Niemi" wrote in message
et...
Here is a pic of yesterdays harvest of a Chinook "King" Salmon caught in
the
St. Mary's River between Soo Canada and Sault St. Marie Michigan.
Good eating size....








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Old September 4th, 2008, 02:42 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
pe.rhodes
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Default Chinook King Salmon

A M$ photo editing program called "Picture It" which costs US$50 a few years
ago. You can spend more and buy Photo Shop...


"Nate Niemi" wrote in message
et...
Ok...how did you do that...!
"pe.rhodes" wrote in message
...
Or ....

"Nate Niemi" wrote in message
et...
Here is a pic of yesterdays harvest of a Chinook "King" Salmon caught in
the
St. Mary's River between Soo Canada and Sault St. Marie Michigan.
Good eating size....










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Old September 4th, 2008, 06:14 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Donut
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Default Chinook King Salmon

Since you are using OE, I'll assume you are using a Windows platform.

Right click on the file/photo you want to resize. Now choose "Open
With". That will give you a list of programs you have that may be able
to do the job. If you have a registered MS Office, then that's a
pretty straight forward option to use. If you have a printer, most of
them come with software that will allow you to resize your pics.

Without a list of programs you have available, it's hard for anyone to
tell you how to do it.

But even of you don't already have a program that will do it, there
are plenty of free ones easily found with a google search.

Don

On Wed, 3 Sep 2008 18:06:56 -0400, "Nate Niemi"
wrote:

Ok...how did you do that...!
"pe.rhodes" wrote in message
...
Or ....

"Nate Niemi" wrote in message
et...
Here is a pic of yesterdays harvest of a Chinook "King" Salmon caught in
the
St. Mary's River between Soo Canada and Sault St. Marie Michigan.
Good eating size....







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Old September 6th, 2008, 01:00 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
MJKolodziej
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Default Chinook King Salmon

use irfanview, it's free and really good.
mk

"Donut" wrote in message
...
Since you are using OE, I'll assume you are using a Windows platform.

Right click on the file/photo you want to resize. Now choose "Open
With". That will give you a list of programs you have that may be able
to do the job. If you have a registered MS Office, then that's a
pretty straight forward option to use. If you have a printer, most of
them come with software that will allow you to resize your pics.

Without a list of programs you have available, it's hard for anyone to
tell you how to do it.

But even of you don't already have a program that will do it, there
are plenty of free ones easily found with a google search.

Don

On Wed, 3 Sep 2008 18:06:56 -0400, "Nate Niemi"
wrote:

Ok...how did you do that...!
"pe.rhodes" wrote in message
...
Or ....

"Nate Niemi" wrote in message
et...
Here is a pic of yesterdays harvest of a Chinook "King" Salmon caught
in
the
St. Mary's River between Soo Canada and Sault St. Marie Michigan.
Good eating size....











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Old September 7th, 2008, 04:21 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.fishing
Pepperoni[_3_]
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Default Chinook King Salmon

Irfanview is good (and free)

Lazyman's method is to drag the pic to the browser, resize if necessary
with browser "zoom level" and do a rect area capture with MW Snap3 (also
free, and great for quickly converting those yEncs to jpegs)



"MJKolodziej" wrote in message
owncomputing...
use irfanview, it's free and really good.
mk

"Donut" wrote in message
...
Since you are using OE, I'll assume you are using a Windows platform.

Right click on the file/photo you want to resize. Now choose "Open
With". That will give you a list of programs you have that may be able
to do the job. If you have a registered MS Office, then that's a
pretty straight forward option to use. If you have a printer, most of
them come with software that will allow you to resize your pics.

Without a list of programs you have available, it's hard for anyone to
tell you how to do it.

But even of you don't already have a program that will do it, there
are plenty of free ones easily found with a google search.

Don



 




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