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Nov 28, 2009 9:21 pmFuzzy Pictures#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

Someone send me a letter as a attachment. Maybe it is in the form of a PDF or a JPEG. It looks just fine. But then, I place the picture file into a Squidoo module for a lens. Suddenly the letter is a smaller size and the text is a little out of focus. What should I do to correct this problem? Do I need to re-size the file? What is the pixel problem? If the picture is unclear is that a sign that not enough pixels are in the photo? How does a picture go from looking just find to looking less than fine?

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Nov 28, 2009 9:32 pmre: Fuzzy Pictures#

Reg Charie
First determine format.
Second check your lens to see if there is a setting or limit on file size.

A link would be good .



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