Castro...take 2

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Okay, so I've read up to page 64 of Castro's Creating a Web Page with HTML, and I still think this stuff is pretty easy. I didn't work too far ahead, only because I want to make sure I'm doing everything right, but I'm sure that as long as I follow directions, I should be fine. The only problems I've been having are finding the pictures and editing them. I'm not sure I understand how to change the pixel size of the jpegs before saving them. Otherwise, I think I'm good to go.




Jed Fetterman said:

Let's see. When I was using the Office photo editor, I could change the size and compress the picture, but not both. If you go under the picture tab, there Resize and Compress Files buttons right next to each other. If you click on resize, it will have a box that says width x height. Type in the number of pixels, and your picture will be smaller or larger accordingly. But like I said, if you try to compress the photo like the book says, it will ruin your resizing.

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