Great free tool to resize pictures and its free.

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Real Estate Agent with The Monaghan Group DRE #BR526609000

I have been frustrated trying to re size pictures down to sizes that will upload to the web etc, i found this site MicrosoftPower Toys there are many tools that are developed by Microsoft and the best is the image resizer that can be found on the download bar on the right hand side of the page.

The only challenge is it only works in windows XP

Andrew Monaghan, CRS, GRI, CDPE.
Team Leader, 
The Monaghan Group
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Comments (8)

Barbie Burke
Respect Realty - Tempe, AZ

I too have had issues with resizing pictures for the web.  I have used photo resizer - just google that and it will be on your computer for you to do individually or in batches.  It works well and I use it a lot.  You can also change your camera to a setting for web so that you do not have to resize them.  Sometimes I forget so that is when I use the photo resizer.  Thanks for sharing your source.

Nov 18, 2009 01:23 AM
Bill Ladewig
LoanOfficerSchool.com - Escondido, CA
Experience Is Your Advantage

Andrew, thanks much for these XP tools.  Very helpful.

Nov 18, 2009 01:27 AM
Herb Hamilton
RE/MAX Preferred Inc. Realtors - Portland, OR
Real Estate Broker ,CDPE, Downtown Portland

I like Irfanview Automatically corrects poor pictures without having to use the many correction buttons that they have. Easy resize.

Nov 18, 2009 01:31 AM
Douglas Fischer
East Oahu Realty - Selling Honolulu, Hawaii Condos - Honolulu, HI

I usually use PhotoShop but sometimes it's more convenienct and efficient to use online services.  There are actually many free photo editing services online, if you just google search for them

Nov 18, 2009 07:59 AM
Bev King
Global Connection Virtual Office - Macomb Township, MI
Global Virtual Marketing Pro

Thanks for the tip Andrew.  There are so many great programs out there that we never seem to catch them all.

I too have trouble with image clarity and size when uploaded to client sites and although I use my own image software, google also has a great program called Picasa.  Just google the word Picasa and you'll find it.  It is also FREE!

I am currently creating a list of these "Freebies" to post on my website.

 

Happy Thanksgiving To All!

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Bev King, Real Estate Virtual Assistant

Nov 19, 2009 12:18 AM
Jill Schmidt
Aurora, CO

Great find!  Thanks for providing the link.  I will definitely check it out.  THere are so many resources out there, if we only knew where to look (and what we were really looking for...)  THanks.

Nov 19, 2009 03:59 AM
Robert L. Brown
www.mrbrownsellsgr.com - Grand Rapids, MI
Grand Rapids Real Estate Bellabay Realty, West Mic

I've been using it for awhile. There are many more "free" programs. Just go to download.com.

Nov 30, 2009 09:56 AM
Jon Wnoroski
America's 1st Choice RH Realty Co., Inc. - Green, OH
Summit County Realtor

Hi Andrew - I'll have to check that out.  I've used Picnik.com to resize my photos as well as do a lot of different things with them.

Jan 21, 2010 09:28 AM