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Old 08-17-2009, 16:25   #1
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Looking for Glock wallpaper 240x400

Hi, I just got a new Samsung Eternity cellphone and I would love some Glock wallpapers does anyone have any? Needs to be 240x400
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Old 08-17-2009, 17:05   #2
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Uh, Google Images? If they aren't the right size, just resize them.

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Old 08-17-2009, 18:53   #3
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Uh, Google Images? If they aren't the right size, just resize them.

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May sound stupid, but how do you down size an image? I don't want to stretch a smaller size image as the quality really sucks! Brandon
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May sound stupid, but how do you down size an image? I don't want to stretch a smaller size image as the quality really sucks! Brandon
I don't *think* Paint resizes Images (assuming you're using Windows)... Easiest program I remember doing this, was Irfanview

http://majorgeeks.com/IrfanView_d4253.html

Download the Wallpaper you want, open it w/ irfanview, then click Image Menu, then Resize/Resample. Once the popup comes up, Where it says "Set new Size" change the size of the file appropriately.

If you want to try and narrow your search a bit, Wallpapers for the Zune media players, are about that size.
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May sound stupid, but how do you down size an image? I don't want to stretch a smaller size image as the quality really sucks! Brandon

IrfanView is a free ware download that will do the deed quickly.

www.IrfanView.com

And don't forget the plugins too.
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