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lenjackThu May-26-22 08:29 PM
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"photos too large when emailing"


          

W10, all updates. When I take photos, and transfer them to my computer and email them, they come out huge in the email. Way too big--to the extent that I need to scroll the page vertically and horizontally, to see the whole photo.

Is there a fix for this.

Thanks in advance

  

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DaylilydayzedThu Apr-28-22 06:16 AM
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#1. "RE: photos too large when emailing"
In response to lenjack (Reply # 0)


  

          

Yoy need a photo resizer program I use Ifranview for my photos It works with Windows 10. This photo is not resized
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PcqandamanThu Apr-28-22 09:12 AM
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#2. "RE: photos too large when emailing"
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Or you could use the Image Resizer in MS PowerToys.
Just right-click an image and select the size you want.

  

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lenjackThu Apr-28-22 12:08 PM
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#3. "RE: photos too large when emailing"
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Thanks

  

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therubeThu Apr-28-22 03:29 PM
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#4. "RE: photos too large when emailing"
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> they come out huge in the email


Do you mean when you view them in your mail program (or browser)?

"Emailing" a photo does not change it (should not change it) from what it was.

If you are viewing a photo in your email program or in your browser, your browser (at least, & if not your mail program) should have an option to view the photo "fit to width" (kind of thing) or in its original size. And if you set it to "fit to width", it will display fully within the browser. (Alternatively, clicking the photo should resize it, to width.)

If you are viewing a photo in a photo viewer, any viewer worth its salt (like IrfanView) gives you any number of options to view - by default; original size, fit to screen (large images only), fit to screen (all), stretch ...

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lenjackThu Apr-28-22 07:43 PM
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#5. "RE: photos too large when emailing"
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In the email. I need to scroll a ong way vert & horiz to see the entire photo.

  

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TtechSat Apr-30-22 09:42 PM
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#6. "RE: photos too large when emailing"
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How are you accessing email? Website like gmail.com, Thunderbird, Outlook, Windows Mail?

Are you using an Attach File function, or are you dragging or pasting pictures into the body of the message?

Behind every good computer... is a jumble of wires 'n stuff.

  

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lenjackSat Apr-30-22 11:37 PM
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#7. "RE: photos too large when emailing"
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Thunderbird. I'm noticing this when I attach photos to a message, I want to send.

  

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archi1491Thu Jun-16-22 05:02 AM
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#9. "RE: photos too large when emailing"
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