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Hi, I need to convert a .JPG images witch are 1-1.4MB in size to a smaller size can someone help me please.
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Graphic converter is great for this sort of thing and can also batch convert a load of files

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Thanks. But I need a free download cos I have no time to get this program.
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If you just need to resize the images, Preview can do that (the OS X built-in image viewer) by going to the Tools menu => Resize Image.

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