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I,M NOT SURE HOW I CAN GET MY PHOTOS TO LOAD IN JPG FORMAT FROM BMP

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Super simple. Open the picture with Microsoft Paint. (Start -> Program -> Accessories -> Paint). Once you've got the image open, go to the top and click file -> save as. In the drop down box labeled Save as type: Choose JPEG (*.jpg, *.jpeg.... ). Then name is something useful, and save it somewhere memorable.

Thats it! Of course, there is more specialized software like photoshop, or paint shop that can do this and much much more, but the is the easiest and cheepest way.

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Posted on Sep 16, 2008

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http://mswhs.com/2008/01/30/path-too-deep-error-message-we-have-the-answer/

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