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I'm using an app Siverapp for the evaluation of the competences and learning of school pupils of every order and degree. This app use to insert an image the software MedCapture to capture the images at the correct size.

There is, into the app Siverapp an advice: minimum required dimensions of the image 324 x 242 pixels (only in .jpg).

Is there an excellent online tool that automatically allows you to create images with the correct size to be used into Siverapp, without the need to install any software?

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    Software recommendations are generally too broad for the StackExchange format. You might be better suited on SoftwareRecs.SE – Zach Saucier Nov 9 '19 at 23:33
  • @ZachSaucier I'm not searching any software but an excellent tool on line to manipulate images optimally and faster. I haven't found any at the moment. – Sebastiano Nov 9 '19 at 23:36
  • You need a web application which is powerful enough for creating the content you want to show. There are many services which can be good enough and can be run with common browsers. Try this vectr.com and this photopea.com at first . In Photopea you can paste PrntScreen -captures as a new layer if needed. The capture can be taken from elsewhere. If none of these applications is ok then tell in the question why they are useless. I guess very few of us have ever heard of Siverapp and even fewer know what special it needs. Maybe you should ask the seller and Siverapp users – user287001 Nov 10 '19 at 5:38
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    @user287001 - yes I realise that, but still the OP doesn't mention was is wrong with the software already installed. As for the installation of software in an organisation which restricts the installation of additional software, that is probably something that should be taken up with the organisation's IT department, especially if the software already installed is not meeting the needs of the employees. – Billy Kerr Nov 10 '19 at 12:52
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    ok, have done so now. – Billy Kerr Nov 11 '19 at 11:45
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You need a web application which is powerful enough for creating the content you want to show. There are many services which can be good enough and can be run with common browsers. Try this https://vectr.com/ and this https://www.photopea.com/ at first . In Photopea you can paste PrntScreen -captures as a new layer if needed. The capture can be taken from elsewhere.

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  • Thank you very much with a lot of sincerity. – Sebastiano Nov 10 '19 at 20:26
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You could just take a screen capture using the PrtScr key. Then paste it into MS Paint, then crop it to the size you need. MS Paint is already installed in Windows 7 by default, so there's no need to install anything else, or use a web app.

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  • Done also for me :-) Thank you very much. – Sebastiano Nov 11 '19 at 11:49

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