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 Posted: Tue Jan 4th, 2011 06:34 pm
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If you choose to put a border around a picture in Photobucket, remember it is an additive process. Meaning it increases the size of the picture.

So, I took an already sized 800x600 picture and added a nice fat border to it. Now the size of my picture became 895 X 696. Too big for 3T. So, what to do?

Now that I have the border added and I have saved my new creation, I chose to re-size it. But, to keep from distorting my picture I did not use the automatic resize setting of 800X600. I chose other options at the bottom of the drop down sizing menu.

Then I selected keep proportions and adjusted the WIDTH ONLY to 800 pixels. My new size with border is now 800 X 622 pixels. Now my picture still looks nice and it should still fit on 3T.

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