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{RESOLVED}viewing images

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by sabledog, May 10, 2001.

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  1. sabledog

    sabledog Guest Thread Starter

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    i want to view all my images in ie exlporer....i know you do a shift right click to view the image in a particuler program... but i would like to set a default to view all images in ie... right now when i open an image it opens in ms photo editor...

    please help

    thanks
    sd
     
  2. Kento

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    Do the shift + right click method and click once on either IExplore or Explorer on the list to highlight it and then place a check in the "always use this program etc..." box and click ok.
     
  3. sabledog

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    i did that and it still is opening in ms photo editor...
    what next please
     
  4. sabledog

    sabledog Guest Thread Starter

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    had to delete photo editor.... then the pic it was trying to read from my email was set to read using photo editor... so i save the pic to my hard drive opened used the shift right click like you said before.. wala... thing open in ie.. thanks for you help
     
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