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Old 04-14-2005, 01:50 AM   #11
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also when I convert it to jpg file in paint and then try and open it in adobe reader 7 it sais that it can't open it coz it isn't a supported file type or it was sent as a file attatchment and was not properly decoded!!!

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Old 04-14-2005, 07:56 AM   #12
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Default Re: Converting Issues!!!!!!!

Adobe Reader 7 is a program to read PDF documents which is used when downloading manuals and books from the internet usually so this won't read it.

Paint, and photo editing programs like that would:

Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0 tryout

Thats the file, all the way down the list that Techy Geek meant , not Adobe Reader. Thoguh even that seems to be just a trial, so just delete that program you have. You must have seen Elements after Adobe Reader and saw it as the one to get.

As for the file you need to convert, if it's a JPG file, it is converted and can be successfully sent. To view the image to test if it works, right click the image file, and go to Preview. It will open it in Windows XP's default image viewer, 'Windows Picture and Fax Viewer'. If Previews not there, it will be in 'Open with' and then select the windows picture and fax viewer.

I hope this helps, and you have done it right, don't worry that you couldn't open it in that program. You shouldn't be able to

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Old 04-14-2005, 08:25 AM   #13
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editing picture file that you have is not easy to do. you also mentioned that you want it to look like not edited. be sure you have the font used in the resume so that when you edit it, it looks exactly the same. it would be a problem also if the resume scanned and sent to you is not straight as it should be. you would have a problem if you edit that in paint. paint can do that but try other picture editor. they are right, jpeg file is good and smaller in size.

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