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Document editing turned into a routine procedure for the people familiar to business paperwork. It is easy to edit a PDF or Word file on the go, thanks to a range of solutions to change documents. The common option is to try desktop software, but they often take up a lot of space on computer and affect its performance. Online PDF editing tools are much more convenient for most users, though the vast part don't cover all the needs.

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Click on the photo you want to send; then click "Tools" and choose "Options" as shown above. Then you will get a menu that looks like this: Under the email tab, set the default size to "original size." Click on the "Email" tab and choose "original size" in the "size for single pictures" option.
Click on the photo you want to send; then click "Tools" and choose "Options" as shown above. Then you will get a menu that looks like this: Under the email tab, set the default size to "original size." Click on the "Email" tab and choose "original size" in the "size for single pictures" option.
Click on the photo you want to send; then click "Tools" and choose "Options" as shown above. Then you will get a menu that looks like this: Under the email tab, set the default size to "original size." Click on the "Email" tab and choose "original size" in the "size for single pictures" option.
If the image is digital (which all images are when they are on a computer), you can't lose quality just by sending through e-mail (a digital medium). You can copy a digital file as many times as you'd like and you won't lose quality.
In general, if you are e-mailing the pictures to friends who will view them on a computer screen, you will want to send them pictures in the jpeg format at 640 x 480 pixels. If you are printing the pictures, you need about 150 pixels per inch of print size.
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Click the image to open a toolbar with "Small," "Medium," "Large" and "Original Size" links below the image. Click one of the links -- "Small," for instance -- to resize your image. Send your image after you've finished composing it.
Locate the picture you wish to resize. Right-click the picture, point to "Send to" and select "Mail Recipient." Click the "Picture Size" drop-down menu and select your preferred resolution. Selecting "Small: 640 x 480" minimizes the file and resolution sizes.
In general, if you are e-mailing the pictures to friends who will view them on a computer screen, you will want to send them pictures in the jpeg format at 640 x 480 pixels. If you are printing the pictures, you need about 150 pixels per inch of print size.
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