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Default How to Scale Pictures down

I want to display pictures, but want to make thumbnails instead of the huge picture.... How would i do that?

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Using an image editor you will have to create the thumbnails. If you have PS look at:
'batch process' or 'actions'
I suggest creating an action to do this (a great feature).

If you dont have PS, it's worth getting however paintShop will do it.

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