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have never been able to resize photos, can anyone help me out?
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Are you using iPhoto?
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Mac OS X Tiger is simply an operating system.
You will need a photo manipulation/organization application to do resize and work with photos.

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For free graphics manipulation apps, try Gimp http://www.gimp.org/macintosh/ although you will need to install X11 first from the Tiger disk to make it run, or Image Tricks (much more basic but a bit of a resource hog) - http://www.belight soft.com/download/download.php .
Others will come along with further choices, try them all and use what suits you best.

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I think preview also does it, if not use GIMP as 'hugtheslug' said or use a very simple image resizing program 'Image Well' which can be found here - http://xtralean.com/IWOverview.html
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if you are just resizing a pictures i use rapido resizer it lets you resize based off pixels. you can also rotate, and change file format.
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