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Transferring photos in folders to picture project

  • All my photos are in My Pictures
  • I want to put them into Picture Project
  • I am unable to transfer them

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Have you tried to copy and paste them? If it works and you no longer want them in 'my pictures' then go back and delete them after they have been moved. I always back my photos up on cd or dvd before i move or change them just incase they get lost.

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

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