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I have had all the pictures on my camera loaded on to a CD. Now I need to pick just the pictures I want from all of those into a file that I can have my family and friends view. I don't know how to do that.

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Open the file on the cd with the pictures you wish to copy then hold the CTRL control key and click on every photo you wish to copy. This should highlight every picture you want. let go off the CTRL key when you've selected them on one of the highlighted pictures right click on your mouse and select copy from the list. then navigate to the file you want to copy the pictures to and in the open file right click on the mouse and select paste. you should now see all the pictures youve selected copied to the file you wanted them in

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