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Muffins, anyone? Answered

Hi I am wondering if anyone could post a tiny picture of a muffin. I am writing a html document. dont ask what of. remember tiny picture, not tiny muffin. thanks and if anyone could post as soon as possible that would be nice.

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account3r2 (author)2010-08-30

hello everyone! thanks for the answers, and all of the ways worked. the picture was for a html document of a cat that when you move the mouse over it the muffin hits the cats head.

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caarnteddBest Answer (author)2010-07-27

Find an image that you like, right click on it, 'Save Image As'... whatever you want, wherever you want on your computer.
Open the image in paint. Select the 'Image' menu, select 'Stretch/Skew', change the two 100% boxes to 50% and hit OK.
Is it small enough? Keep doing this until you have the size you need and save it.

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account3r2 (author)caarntedd2010-08-30

thanks! oh and the picture is for a html document of a cat that when you move the mouse over it the muffin hits the cats head.

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climbrocks (author)2010-07-26

I'm not quite sure what you mean, but if you copy a picture into word and then minimize it you can copy it again when you've got the right size. Hope that helped.

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orksecurity (author)climbrocks2010-07-26

Or MS Paint, or manymany other widely available and/or free tools. Most of those work better on photos than on line art.

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account3r2 (author)orksecurity2010-08-30

thank you for the answer! look in the coments for my "answer" if you want to see what it was for.

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account3r2 (author)climbrocks2010-08-30

thanks for the answer. look in the coments for my "answer" if you want to see what it was for.

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Lithium Rain (author)2010-07-27

Just set the width and height tags on any image to the specified size.

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account3r2 (author)Lithium Rain2010-08-30

Thanks you! look in the coments for my "answer" if you want to see what it was for.

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