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Photos can be very large files and sending large files via email can be a problem. One way to reduce the size of your photos ...
is to squeeze or compress them with WinZip. It makes the files smaller, puts them all into a handy ZIP file package and allows you to deliver them to friends and familiy without having your email "bounce back" and without overloading the recipient's inbox or internet connection.
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Hi this is Michael Callahan Doctor File Finder. And welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial and compressing files with WinZip.
Now if you have a lot of photos you want to send them to friends and family, photos can get to be very large. So by compressing them with WinZip, you can send more photos and you can send it all on nice little zip file package. So with WinZip, open on our desktop, we’ll click new to create a new achieve. I’ll call it photos two. Now, screen opens up so we can add files to our zip file. So I’ll navigate over to my pictures folder and I’ll click by holding down to shift key. I can select a group if I want to select different pictures, not in a group. I can hold down the control key and select individual photos like so then I’ll click ADD and you see we have a number of options here. We can add and replace files, don’t split them and so on. But so those are been added to our zip file and you can see that WinZip shows us that we’ve saved 70 kilobytes 1% in compressing this group of photos. So we say OK, my zipped file is now on my desktop and that’s all there’s to it.