How do I resizie a photo without Cropping

Hi All,
Just download the 30 day trial of Aperture 2 to test it out. Recently new into photography, progressing on past point and click.
Want to post some photo's on a website to get feedback but they ask for photo's no bigger than 600x600 pxls.
If I have shot at 6mp and I am over 2000x2000pxls can I shrink the pick to 600 or below without cropping so I can get advise on the complete picture? If yes how do I do it.
Thanking you in advance.

Ernie is exactly right. Aperture always keeps your original high-res file untouched. You get a specific size by exporting a JPG or TIF. Along those line, I use the Zenfolio website for photos I shoot for clients. There is an Aperture plug-in for Zenfolio, which means I can export directly from Aperture to my Zenfolio website. No more making a folder of images on my desktop, uploading them and then deleting the folder. The photos go straight from Aperture to Zenfolio. There are export plug-ins for other photo websites as well, such as Flickr. Here is a link for more plug-in details:

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