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philgarvey 06-24-2012 10:43 AM

carpet install powerpoint..HELP
 
I did an carpet install on my bird and documented it and did a powerpoint. I did not see anything at our site so I thought it may help some folks. Anyway my problem is I don't know how to reduce the size of the file in order to post it.
phil garvey

jopizz 06-24-2012 11:29 AM

Email it to Ray Clark. He should be able to format it and put it in the Technical Resource Library.

John

lawyercalif 06-24-2012 11:47 AM

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Originally Posted by philgarvey (Post 66646)
I did an carpet install on my bird and documented it and did a powerpoint. I did not see anything at our site so I thought it may help some folks. Anyway my problem is I don't know how to reduce the size of the file in order to post it.
phil garvey

Use Picasa. You can download it for free. Edit your pictures there and then use their export function. Set it for the proper size (I use 400) and save it to a file. Then when you post go to the "manage attachments function" hit the browse button, find your file and upload it.

YellowRose 06-24-2012 01:35 PM

carpet install powerpoint..HELP
 
I replied to Phil's email for help with this, but got no response from this. I suspect that this Power Point show might be larger than email will allow for sending. Daniel gave you some good information regarding how to do it and as a Paid Member you can upload it yourself to the server and post it. If you need further help, please call me and let me work with you on this. I certainly do want to add this to the TRL.

YellowRose 06-25-2012 12:50 PM

carpet install powerpoint..HELP
 
Phil, I see you on the Forum looking at this thread. Call me and let me help you with this. I really want to add this information to the TRL. Or send me a PM with your phone number and I can call you. My number is 210-674-5781.

Tenshi95 06-25-2012 07:06 PM

let me know if you get this up! My new carpet is sitting in a box waiting for me to get some time to throw it in :)

-Robert

newbird59 06-25-2012 08:46 PM

Same here! looking forward to seeing the process. That's next on my list. :cool:

-D

YellowRose 07-03-2012 12:04 AM

carpet install powerpoint..HELP
 
Thanks to Phil Garvey ~philgarvey, I have taken his instructions and pictures and put them together in a web page instead of a power show. You will find it in the Technical Resource Library (TRL) now! Look under TRIM, towards the top of the TRL, then under Interior, then Carpeting and you will find the link under it. I hope that it will be a big help to you in the future. I see some of you are about to do this. Phil should be able to answer questions you might have. His comments and pix should be very useful to you. Thanks again, Phil, for sharing with us. The TRL is always part of my signature element, so just click on it and check it out. Also the new one about how to release the trunk from the back seat, by Richard Hamm, under the TRUNK listing.. Enjoy!

jopizz 07-03-2012 12:51 AM

Great job Phil. The only problem I see is that the seat belt buckles should be toward the inside. I'm not sure if it makes a difference but that's what is always recommended.

John


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