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Open the web application, there are many web services that will resize your images for free. You will need to upload your image to the site and then choose your resize options.
Several of the more popular sites include:
2. Resize Your Image
3. Shrink Pictures
4. Web Resizer
You can resize images offline too:
1. Using Microsoft Paint:
(a) Open the file in Microsoft Paint. Click File and then Select Open.
(b) Click the Resize button. In newer versions of Paint, the Resize button is located in the Home tab. In older versions of Paint, click the Image menu, and then select Resize/Skew.
(c) choose your resize method. You can resize by either percentage or by pixel size. If you keep the "Maintain aspect ratio" box checked.
(d) Click OK and save.
2. Using Offline Image Compression Tools:
(a) Caesium Image Compressor
(b) PNG Optimizer
(d) PNG Gauntlet
3. Using PICASA
(a) Open file in PICASA
(b) Click File and then select Export Picture to Folder. This will open the Export to Folder window. You can specify where you want the photo to be saved to.
(c) In the "Image size" section, you can choose to use preset image sizes, or specify an exact pixel size.
(d) Click the "Image quality" dropdown menu. Automatic will attempt to preserve the original quality as much as possible.
(e) Click Export when ready. Your newly adjusted image will be copied to the location that you specified.
3. Use Adobe photoshop:
(a) Open the image in Photoshop. Click File and select Open.
(b) Open the Image Size tool. Click on the Image menu and then select Image Size. This will open the Image Size window.
(c) Choose your resize method. You can choose to resize in pixels, inches, or percentage. Enter the value you want in one field and the other field will be updated automatically to keep proportions the same.
(d) Choose your re-sample options. The "Resample Image" menu will allow you to make adjustments that will affect the final quality of the resize.
(e) Click OK to resize the image.