Hello, my name is Tanya Bryant, I am having trouble with my photo's, after I save them to my laptop, when I go into my pictures to look at one I only get half the picture, I was just wandering if you would know why? thankyou Tanya
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You should have received either a "sync" cable or a "USB charging" cable with your phone. Depending on the model phone and the type of computer you have, you can use this cable to connect your phone to your PC and then access the photo.
On your phone, go to the picture message and save the photo to your phone memory card.
Use the USB or Sync cable and connect it to your phone and then your PC. Let the PC recognize the phone and load the software (this may be different for a Mac).
Once the PC recognizes the phone, you can open WINDOWS EXPLORER and then browse to the cell phone and look at the files stored on the memory card.
Photos are typically saved in folders named (DCIM - short for Digital Camera IMages). Look for the photo. When you find it, you can simply right click the file name and COPY it then go to your Desktop and, again, right click an empty space and choose SAVE.
What cant you upload ??.. I assume its from your emails
You can share your photos and experiences with friends and
family via email.
Your computer's "My Pictures" folder is a handy
place to save photos you receive from loved ones, giving you quick access to
You can organize the folder as you would other folders on
your computer by adding new files and folders; copying, pasting and renaming
image files; and removing them altogether.
If you're unfamiliar with copying photos from your email and
placing them in "My Pictures," just follow along for the email
software and operating system that apply to you.
Open the email with the photo you want to copy.
Right-click on the photo and select "Save Image
This will open the "Save Image" dialog box.
Open these folders in the following order:
"Libraries, Documents, Pictures, My Pictures."
Click on "Save."
Your photo will be saved to "My Pictures." Copying Photos from Yahoo! Mail, Gmail, and Hotmail for
Follow steps one and two in the previous section.
Navigate to "C:\users\username\Pictures" in Vista.
In this case, "username" would apply to the login name you use to
access your computer, such as "admin" or
Save your file. Copying Photos from Yahoo!
Mail, Gmail, and Hotmail for Windows 2000 and XP
Follow step one for Windows 7, then select "File, Save
Browse to find the location where you want to save the
The "My Pictures" folder should be under the
"My Documents" folder.
Double-click on "My Documents" to expand it, then
scroll down to the "My Pictures" folder and select it.
Click on "Save." Copying Photos from Microsoft Outlook
Open Outlook and find the email with the photo you're
Right-click on the image and select "Save As."
Follow the steps for the location of the "My
Pictures" folder for your version of Windows Copying Photos from Outlook Express
Open the photo attachment in Outlook Express.
Right-click on the image and select "Save
Use the steps for the location of the "My
Pictures" folder for your version of AN EXAMPLE
Make a Folder
Click start all programs accessories open windows
explorer navigate toMy Pictures Right click select New Folder and name it. Click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to your
data / files right click on the music right copy navigate back to the
destination drive right click select paste or hold the
Mouse cursor on the photo's or files drag them to folder
or if you
are downloading from the internet
starts downloading windows will ask whether you want to run or save it
option will open you can save it into a folder in my documents or another
floppy or a usb device
if you need
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Hello. To upload pictures on Facebook that are saved on your desktop, kindly follow these instructions: 1. Login on Facebook2. On Facebook homepage, click on Add Photo/Video and click Upload Photo/Video
3. Click on Choose File
4. Browse to the location where you saved the picture you want to upload (in this example the picture is saved on Desktop), select the picture then click Open.
you have to create seperate photo albums and folder names. the the camera labels your pictures 1 2 3 and so on. so when those numbers come up again they are overwritten with the new info. so to avoid this...create one folder.(main)... then open that folder and create a new (sub)folders within the main folder for every download hopefully 10 or so more pictures at a time per sub folder....name the sub filders according to the content or, the current date which they were downloaded. what works well with myspace is photobucket.com your personal picture storage online for free. but til then the simple way is to keep this main folder in my pictures...most sites assume your pics are already there. it is the default directory with your msp,s(myspace pik's) ready to upload.