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    Picture resize powertool

    Does the picture resize powertool exist for Windows 7?

    I need to batch resize some photos and would much rather do it in explorer than use 3rd party tools

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    Free Image Resize Software Import organize resize photos- VSO

    That will do what you need.

    Remember that EduGeek has a very powerful search facility this has been covered many times before.

    Hope that helps,

    James.

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    Wasn't very impressed with the VSO one to be honest. I use this one - Image Resizer Powertoy Clone for Windows

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    Quote Originally Posted by nawbus View Post
    Wasn't very impressed with the VSO one to be honest. I use this one - Image Resizer Powertoy Clone for Windows
    Perfect thanks!

    I didn't like the VSO one either.
    When will software companies learn we want less options not more

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    Quote Originally Posted by ittech View Post


    When will software companies learn we want less options not more
    The trouble is that the 2-3 options you want are absolutely not the 2-3 options that I want so you get (2-3)^number of users in the world options on any piece of software :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ittech View Post
    Perfect thanks!

    I didn't like the VSO one either.
    When will software companies learn we want less options not more
    it was just the first one on the list when i needed one before, so just used it worked for me lol! i agree with the options though lol! stupid!

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    Greetings I am new here but these two work great for me. Shink Pic will automatically re-size the photo any time you email it.

    Shrink Pic free download
    Shrink Pic
    Software updates and newest freeware from Bluefive software
    PIXresizer 2.0.4

    When you drag a picture in to be shrunk....a preview appears. At the top left under "file" you can "save" the shrunk pic to your pc. Yes, in answer to your question, but both programs have some good individual features....i.e. you can "batch resize" with PixResizer, but I think Shrink Pic wins regarding "quality". I have both
    Anyway, at just over 1 mb, it's not gonna fill up your hard drive is it ?

    cuggie Hope this is helpful

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