MS Picture It 99 and Canon A20

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Don't know much about computers so I'm sure this is a stupid question. I just got the camera and all the pixs I have sent that I took with it are about 4 screens big at the other end. Have not had that trouble with scanned pixs. I have been putting all pixs in MS Picture It 99. I'm sure I need to reduce the size of the pixels before I send but I don't know how. Thanks
 
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Image size on screen is usually determined by the number of pixels. If you have your screen set to 600 X 800 and the camera is taking 1200 X 1600 DPI pictures you obviously won’t fit all the pixels on the screen. Simple viewers are usually limited to that view.

I don’t have Picture-It on my computer right now, but I know it will make the display fit the screen so you can work on large images. You don’t want to actually reduce the size of the image as that makes a lower resolution. Save all of the pixels you have.

If you are just seeing it too large in your default viewer I suggest you load Irfanview. It can be set to show the image so it fits on your screen without actually reducing the image size: http://www.irfanview.com/english.htm Let it take over as the default viewer for all of your image types. It opens quickly and is very capable in printing etc. You can always open Picture-It and use File>Open to open any image you want to work on.
 
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