Saving A Picture You See On A Web Page In Windows XP

By | January 20, 2020


Thank you for joining us today. I’m Rudy
Stebih and welcome to Episode 27 – Saving A Picture You See On A Web Page In Windows
XP here on Help Desk TV. When browsing through Web pages, you may see
a picture of your favorite celebrity, animal, painting or building that you want to save
on your computer. To save a picture displayed on a Web page,
right-click the picture. A menu pops up. Click ‘Save Picture As’ which then ‘The Save
Picture’ dialog box appears. Choose a location to where you want to save the picture. Type
a name for the picture. Then click Save to save the picture on your computer.
After you save a picture you see on a Web page, you can view and work with the picture
as you would view and work with any picture stored on your computer. You can send the
picture in an e-mail message to share the picture with family and friends. You can also
use the picture as your desktop background. To display a saved picture as your desktop
background, right-click the picture on your computer and then click “Set as Desktop
Background” from the menu that appears. I hope you enjoyed todays Help Desk TV. If
you have a comment about this program, a question, or a shortcut you would like to share with
me, send us an e-mail message to [email protected] Thanks for watching!

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