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Downloaded e-mails & pics

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by GrandmaS, Dec 22, 2001.

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  1. GrandmaS

    GrandmaS Thread Starter

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    I'm a novice and computer illiterate. Kids got us a computer, mostly for e-mails. Some people send e-mails that have to be downloaded. I download these pics and messages, read them -- but then 'lose' them. Where do I find them so I can delete the downloads/pics?
     
  2. buck52

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    Howdy GrandmaS

    The next time you download one of them make a note of what it says in the save in box before you click save and that should be where you will find the rest of them.

    hope that helps

    buck
     
  3. cjreed64

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    If you know what the pictures or files were named you can do a search for them by going to Start>Find and clicking on 'Files or Folders'. Just type the name in the box and it will find them for you.

    -Chris
     
  4. ezymony

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    grandma you can right click on an empty place on your desktop and create a new folder to save your pitcures in when you create a new folder you can name it anything you want to.
     
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