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Not able to save pictures

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Shubu, Oct 8, 2008.

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  1. Shubu

    Shubu Thread Starter

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    Hi
    I am tryin to make logos but some at times when I right click on the image it does not have the option of save picture as . Is there any other way of doing it so that i could save the picture and modify it using paint shop and microsoft picture manager. Kindly do help me. I tried doing the following but does not work or maybe i am doin it wrong


    well the easiest, and most straight-forward way, is to drag (yes click, hold and drag) the pic onto another [empty] tab (if you're using a browser that supports tabbing), from that tab u can save the picture as u like!

    if that doesn't work, u can save the page and an html file, this will create a folder with the same name a the file, this folder with include all the pages content including all the pictures u couldn't save!

    If they don't give you that option it's because they don't want you to take those pictures, anyway you could use the print screen function and paste it in paint.

    I am not able to do it. Pls explain

    Thanku very much and any help will be appreciated.
     
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    Shubu Thread Starter

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  3. fairnooks

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    You might try running the disk cleanup utility on your drive. Purge your temporary internet caches.

    This won't work with right click protected images but another method is to have your graphics program open, click and drag the pic over to the work area of the graphics program and release it there. Right click copy from the browser and then Edit>Paste as new image in the graphics program usually works as well.
     
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