#Sandra, Here are a few ways to do this:
1. if it is a JPEG you can go in and simply change the size in the HTML code.
(When you paste the embedded code into your webpage or where you are going to use it you should be able to read the code.)
2. Another option is to use Snagit (absolutely worth the 50.00 investment) (http://www.techsmith.com/snagit.html) andgrab it, resize it and then save it as a png or jpeg.
3. A third option is if you are on a MAC is click on the image (two fingers), select copy image, then open it with preview using new clipboard, adjust the size, and export the file as a jpeg, png or PDF depending on what you are using it for.
All three versions are fairly easy. Feel free to reach out to me with any questions.
# Susan it sounds like a great tool I’ll try it …..Here’s one for you “pixelzoomer” https://addons.mozilla.org/bn-BD/firefox/addon/pixelzoomer/ this allows you to measure anything you see on a screen, it is free, you will need Firefox, great for measuring the size of an image or anything i.e. fonts in pixels!