Okay…here goes nothing…

November 12, 2007 at 3:30 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments

My friend taught me how to use irfanview or something or other. I’m going to check out photobucket later to see which one I like better. But it took me long enough to do this, so here goes nothing!

Nothing. I’m frustrated and I’m going to work on this again tomorrow. Meantime, I’ve posted some of her birthday party pictures on myspace.com/kellierasberry.

XO
Kellie

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  1. I use irfanview and it works pretty good, you can download it for free. Just open up Irfanview, open a picture, go to the toolbar and click on “image”. Go down to resize/resample, change the width to 400 or 600 (either one works good) and tab through to the height, it’ll set it automatically. Click okay, save the picture and that’s it!

  2. Yes, irfanview is quite good. But I prefer SlowView. Inspite of its name SlowView is the fastest image viewer (with some simple functions of editor) I’ve ever seen. Unfortunately, it’s creator do not develop the programm any more. So the latest version of it is old but still most simple, functional and fast.
    Surf the web, and you will find SlowView. Or write me an e-mail and I’ll send it to you.

  3. please tell me you did not use the irfanview! it is the worst ever! download photobucket it is wayyyyyyy better. when i first started all my blogging i used irfanview and then i had to go back and fix all of my pictures individually. it was so incredibly horrible. the worst nightmare ever!


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