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Zoombrowser help

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by DMD31842, Jan 24, 2007.

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  1. DMD31842

    DMD31842 Thread Starter

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    I have pictures in a folder within Canon's Zoombrowser. I cannot seem to find a way to move them from that program to another folder on my hard drive. Can someone help me? Thanks
     
  2. ChuckE

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    Don't use an application that you are having trouble with unless you want to read the manual.
    I am not familiar with "Zoombrowser" but I will bet there is some sort of function that does provide for the movement of pictures to other locations.

    Instead, to move pictures "from here to there," just use the rudimentary tools that Windows provides, like Windows Explorer. That's very adequate, unless you have some special needs that WE does not provide.
     
  3. DMD31842

    DMD31842 Thread Starter

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    Thanks. I will try WE.
     
  4. telecom69

    telecom69 Gone but never forgotten

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    Found this in another forum...maybe its of some help ...

    "jw 111" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >i like to keep my photos stored in the microsoft my pics folder ( i have
    >windows xp) but my cannon photo album software called 'Zoom Browser' has a
    >lot of pictures in it which i would like to take out from there and put in
    >the 'my pics' folder.

    >please would you be able to advise a novice exactly how to locate the files
    >of the individual photos in stored Zoom browser and then move them to the my
    >pics folder. many thanks for any assistance.



    Simple

    Open zoom browser, the pictures are listed with the file name
    underneath (e.g. 110_1098.jpg). Write down one of the file names then
    use Explorer to locate that file, you will hopefully find the other
    files there too. Then move them all to "My Pictures"
     
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