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This quick one is a technique for using pixel censorship to preserve anonymity, dignity etc on digital images.You only need a simple image editor such as MS Paint, ...
Open the image with Paint which is usually in Programs > Accessories > on the Windows Start menu.Use the rectangular Select tool to select the area you wish ...
From the Image menu, choose Stretch/Skew... (CTRL-W) again.Paint can't stretch selections more than 500% (5 x) so to increase the selection back to it's original size I need ...
These should be self-evident:If the pixels are too large, you have shrunk the selection too far. If you think they should be half the size, only shrink half ...
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