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Posted on 2004-10-19
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Hey guys, hello!

So that's my problem... I need a code that can resize an image and save the resized one into a jpeg file (good quality jpeg, not a bad one).

So, that's it.. resize an image according to the size I tell.

Thanks a lot!
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Question by:HyMaX_2003
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by:Mike Tomlinson
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Standard VB doesn't have the capability to save images as jpeg files.  You need to use a third party control, library or DLL to accomplish this.

~IM
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Ok, it can be in a BMP, or another file.
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by:niranjanrampure
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try using kodaK edit --- it allows the user to change sizes of image,flip them ,rotate,crop etc.
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by:niranjanrampure
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i forgot to mention u cannot use KodK edit on winXP .shipping of kodak imaging was stopped .
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Idle_Mind's answer was exactly what I wanted, thanks!
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