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Can anyone tell me where I can find a program (dos or win95) that will convert jpg's to thumbnails? I would like to view between 10 and 20 thumbnails at a time.
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http://www.zdnet.com/cshopper/content/9707/share5.html
The program is called ThumbsPlus v3.0  And this program will display practically any image in thumbnail format for you. The site mentioned above is a shareware shopping site. There is a registration fee of 65$ for the program. But u do get to test it for a free trial period to make sure it is what u wanted. :)

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