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Old 07-20-2010, 01:23 PM   #1
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how do I add a picture to my profile?

Well I think the best way to intro myself is with a picture of my set up on my profile. I can't seem to figure out how to decrease the pixels of the picture I want to upload. I bet someone here knows about this. I'd appreciate your input. Thanks, Ron
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If it is a JPEG file, then you can use Microsoft Paint for that. Go to resize, and try 50% or 35% of actual picture size. If it fits the screen of paint, then it seems usable with no further mods before posting.

Pictures are always a great intro !!
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Ron, see THIS post.
How can I make my own camping USA map? - Forest River Forums

Be SURE and save your map as a GIF size small or medium.
Save it to your desktop and then follow my directions above
to upload it to your signature.
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Hey Mtn Guy, thanks for the tip. I don't seem to have the resizing feature but I'll keep looking.

KyDan, thanks for the link. Look what I did. WHOOO HOOO! -ron
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I finally got a picture up - but I had to place it under "avatar" - I don't know, but it works. Thanks for everyone's help.
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Hey Mtn Guy, thanks for the tip. I don't seem to have the resizing feature but I'll keep looking.

KyDan, thanks for the link. Look what I did. WHOOO HOOO! -ron
If you have Microsoft Paint, then you should have the resizing feature. Even the older versions like Windows 98 and XP had the resizing tab.

In Windows 7, it looks something like this:

Click image for larger version

Name:	Capture 5.jpg
Views:	35
Size:	43.1 KB
ID:	2926

Click on the resizing tab, then change the figures......I have done 35% in the sample.
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Great!
Now you need to get busy and color in some more states!!
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Of my 9 trips I've taken this year, 7 were lacrosse tournament related. I look forward to the days when I can just GO!
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