Hi Gordon, I'm just testing to see if I can get a screen shot of my PAINT program. Below is a screen shot of what my PAINT program looks like. I can't get it to zoom in better! (Edit-- Well, I wonder what happened! LOL If you click on the PAINT image, it will zoom in, for a closer look.) Up in the left corner near the very top is an icon with a down arrow. Click on that. Then click on OPEN. That should show you a list of files (pics) that you want to open. Click (or double click?) on the correct file. You should then see the pic in the view box. OK go back up to the top left of the screen. Second from the left, you should see an option for "Resize". Click once on that. Then you'll see options for Horizontal and Vertical. Those are the features that I mess with -- if the pic is very large, sometimes I have to go to 65 or less, to get the pic to PH standards. I always use one number, 90 horiz will resize to 90 vertical, etc. I don't want to skew the image, which can be done by selecting something like 100 horiz/32 vertical. LOL Next, that icon with the down arrow that I mentioned earlier. Click on it again. Choose either SAVE or SAVE AS. Mostly I use save as, if it's a personal photo, so that I don't lose the original size, etc. For PH, mostly if I'm playing a game, etc., I'll probably use SAVE -- such as, LILY-PHpic -- then PAINT will update the original image on my laptop. I know, this is a lot to digest! It takes practice, but once you get the hang of it, it's really a "voila" moment! Let me know if you have any questions! I'd be happy to try to assist! Good luck! Diane Here's that screenshot I mentioned earlier, of what I see when I view PAINT.