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Can anyone tell me how to resize photos on iPhoto? I've tried everything I can think of!!
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Not possible as far as I know, so I use this lovely little app:

Apple - Downloads - Imaging & 3D - OSX Image Resizer

Superb it is, and you choose your size etc.

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Under iPhoto's File menu, select export. On the window that comes up you will be able to select small medium or large picture size or keep it the same as you have. (This is iPhoto '09--can't speak for previous versions.)
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You can resize in Preview - comes free with MacOSX.

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Why not just use automator? you can batch process them.

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export>then in export window>size>custom and write the size u require in pixels.
or like mentioned earlier, open and resize in preview
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