How to Change Pixels in a JPEG?

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There are a couple of different ways I can answer this one, depending on what exactly you're asking. Thankfully, you only need one program to do either one.

If you're asking how to decrease the number of pixels in a .jpeg, this can be accomplished just by changing the size of the picture, something easily done with any photo-editing software.

If you're asking how to alter pixels in a .jpeg, such as the color, or deleting them altogether, again, using any sort of photo-editing software will allow you to do this.

Consult your user manual for the specific program you're going to use, and they'll have a detailed how-to guide for you.
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