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I am trying to change my pictures on my MSN and it keeps telling me that I don't have the right format.... I know I 've done it before with an older version but now I can't anymore.... I would like to know if there is a software I can download (free) since I don't have to do much of reformatting LOL that would help me doing it. I tried but I can't with Gimp... which is a wonderful program but I believe that I can only resize pictures with Gimp which is fine...

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Gimp will do it but you can just use Preview that's built into OSX.

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but in order to keep the picture..... I must do it with what application??

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I'm afraid I don't quite understand the question. You open the the image in preview and save it as a different format.

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boy I am blond lolololo it is that simple... I just di it thanks a millions now the last question thank you so much... When I am satisfied with an answer is there a way to delete the thread so people won t answer it unnecessarily

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boy I am blond ...When I am satisfied with an answer is there a way to delete the thread so people won t answer it unnecessarily
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