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  • #16
    if you have microsoft XP here is a great resizer, you can do hole folders at once, dont even have to open the pic to resize it.
    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/d...powertoys.mspx

    about 3/4 of the way down the page.

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    • #17
      resize download

      Thanks for the attempt but i'm running windows professional 2000. says it won't work on any thing older than windows xp.

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      • #18
        bummer, looks like it wont work with the new win. vista eather. thats kinda stupid, its the only thing i like about win.XP and when this comp takes a dump and they make me get vista on my new comp it wont work. man i hate microsoft.
        maybe i'll just have to save up and get a mack. windows is realy getting out of controle, heck i'm still downloading patches for XP and they have a new system out WTF i'll bet it dosent work without 40 downloads at time of purchase too right.
        sorry i got lost for a minuit.
        start a thread asking for an image resizer i know there are some others out there with diferent programs. i have herd of them but as mine worked i didnt pay atention.

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        • #19
          Three kinds of people in the world.
          1) Those that make things happen.
          2) Those that watch things happen.
          3) Those that wonder what happend!!!

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          • #20
            4 And those that don't give a dam* whether it happens or not

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            • #21
              Yorkiepap,
              Thanks for the pics!! but....
              YEESH!!! How long did THAT take you!!! GREAT JOB!!!

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              • #22
                pictures

                I was able to get a few more resized and will try to post them now. Dave
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                • #23
                  a few more

                  A few notes: 1. notice that the tailgate is on my trailer. we had to wrestle it on
                  there from the side of the road. Quite a chore for two guys to
                  do.
                  2. The paint is the actual original color of the bed, man did it fade
                  in just a few years. truck is a 2004 Peterbuilt w/ Blue ox box
                  3. as soon as I can get some more detailed photo's resized I will
                  post them as well.



                  Dave
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                  • #24
                    Quality work...

                    Hey Dave,
                    Nice job you did on that tailgate. That's the kind of work that will really enhance your business and workload. Sometimes we underprice ourselves unknowingly, and most of the time it benefits us unknowingly. Good work is always recommended and don't hesitate to pass out all the business cards you can.

                    Bert: Thanks for the compliment. I had a bit over 40hrs from start to finish. The metal prep always takes the longest...especially the combination of rust and concrete.

                    Denny

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