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that will get you your screen capture ready for editing ..crop it ..then choose image properties ..resize to whatever the size you want ..then choose save as a jpeg ( because the screen capture will have been done as a bmp which is a big file and bad for the innerweb tubes ) ..
save it to the images directory of your website ..
there are some apps that will do all of this resizing ( you still have to do the capture and crop and convert to jpeg part manually one by one though ) for you in batches ..you give them a directory / folder full of jpegs and they will resize every thing in it to a thumbnail size ..
look for "easy thumbanils" by fookes ..it's freeware ..no ads or other stuff in there ..nice little app ..
[edited by: Leosghost at 11:04 am (utc) on Nov. 10, 2006]
( nother year ..not old enough yet ...and he can join here in his own rite )..
Like he says writing how to's is / are interesting ..:)
[edited by: Leosghost at 8:31 pm (utc) on Nov. 13, 2006]
I don't use GIMP (read have tried it, but always preferred Photoshop) - however if Leosghost's son would like to write a response and send it to me I will test it and start a new thread - happy to encourage budding designers to get involved - hopefully when he is older enough, he will become a valued member here himself.