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HP Image Zone ver 4.5

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by NewoHpImagZone, Jan 22, 2007.

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  1. NewoHpImagZone

    NewoHpImagZone Thread Starter

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    :confused: How do I select many pictures and resize them smaller by % at one time,
    Instead of doing them one at a time?
     
  2. Knotbored

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    Look at the first item in this message board "LOOK HERE FIRST---"
    The very first item noted is the free Microsoft resizer and where to download it. I found that software VERY easy to use for getting photo's resized for emailing, and you can keep the full sized photo for archiving. (It makes a duplicate "small" copy.)
     
  3. Noyb

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    Welcome to the forum

    May I suggest Irfanview ... http://www.irfanview.com/
    It has a very good batch processor.
    I even use it to run my HP scanner .. and refuse to use my Image Zone.
    You'll only need the small ~1MB program and not the all plugins.
     
  4. kiwiguy

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    I have to agree with Noyb, I would only use ImageZone software if someone held a gun to my head. Even then I would think hard about my choice...

    Irfanview and Picasa (both are free) are adequate and do not give the problems that you are likely to encounter with ImageZone.
     
  5. Noyb

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    Sorry that you're not getting a more direct answer to your question,
    But I don't think there are many HPIZ users/experts here at TSG ...
    The usual fix for its many problems is to remove it (or not use it) and use something better.

    But there are many Irfanview and Picasa users here at TSG ..
    and there'll be no shortage of help with either of them.

    Irfanview and Picasa are about the same software but Picasa is more of an organizer utility.
    Just my opinion, but personally, I don't like organizers.

    You can read more about the choices here ... paragraphs #20 & #22
    http://www.techsupportalert.com/best_46_free_utilities.htm#20

    If you want to try Irfanview ... Here's some initial setup suggestions to help you get started ...
    http://2noyb.home.insightbb.com/
     
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