I am in communications with my typepad support on a regular basis. My blog is run by Typepad. I have some problems with it, and I was getting scolded for not doing what "Carla" wanted me to do. First, half the time I do not know what she is talking about and then although you make think otherwise, I do not spend all my time working on the computer. And there is always the problem of knowing the correct term to view on "help" or "search". You have to be computer literate in order to even begin "help". and as my daughter says, as the population ages, companies are going to have to find a way to help us.
in any case, Carla was condescending once too many times, and I wrote back, and told her so. I also said that I was trying the best I could. Carla wrote back, not saying a thing about my letter, which was okay, as at least she came up with new information. She recommended that I get PAINT.NET. You may have to go to get.paint.net. There you can download for free a photo enhancing program. While it does not do all that Photoshop does, it does quite a lot, and for me one of the things, it does is resize pictures. It is very easy to change the contrast and the saturation of the pictures. It is a little simpler and straight forward than other programs, but will do more that what Picassa does.
If you do not already have something of this nature, get it. For me I think it will be good enough for me that I can uninstall Paintshop Pro for which I paid over $100.00.
Oops this photo did not work out when enlarged. Darn it, now I have to throw myself down