How can I resize a photo in iPhoto without cropping it?

I am taking pictures on my iphone 4s and using iphoto to edit them on macbook pro.  I need to upload these photos at a size much smaller than what i am able to take with my phone.  The only way I see to adjust the size of a photo in iphoto is to crop it.  How can I resize without cropping?
Thank you

It's an option in the Export menu.
File -> Export and under the Size option you can choose the maximum you prefer. Export that and upload from the desktop.

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