Editing with iPhoto

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Try as I might I cannot reduce the size of an image (I am trying to export to Ebay) Am I being dense or does iPhoto not do this? If it doesn't is there any decent free software I can download to help me?

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Click the image you want and go to file > Export

Then it will present you with a nice menu asking what file type, and what size you would like the image to be :)

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Hey, We all start somewhere! :D

Glad you got it sorted Kitrh!

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you can also highlight the library name to export the entire lot with the same options!

Or you can click on different albums you may have created and again it will export those ones for you! :)

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you might also want to look at ImageWell. Not only can you resize images, but you can add borders, drop shadows, arrows, shapes, text, etc. And the basic version is FREE!
 

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