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If using windows any version it is very very easy to do.
Right click on the picture and scroll down to send to then choose mail recipient...
This should open your default email application. and just fill out the to address and send.
If that doesn't work it will depend on what your default email application is.
For Outlook you would just open New Email : and you have 2 options..Insert Picture or attach file..both of which will open a search box looking for where the picture (file is stored).
Google mail is a tad different but also same choices compose new email insert file or insert photo. Both of which you must direct to where the (picture, file is located)).
Or you can just drag and drop the photo into the body of your email and send.
Almost every email app has the same options...Insert Photo (image) or attach file.
go in to your pictures folder and move all of the pictures to a new folder, for some reason the acer camera uses a numbering scheme for date, time, and picture taken, then for what ever reason throws an error and keeps the camera from working, move the pictures into your "my documents" folder under a new folder and re-install the camera software, it should be operable then
Open up your laptop. To do this, you will have to unscrew five or six
screws that hold the laptop together. Turn the laptop off and unplug it.
Then turn it over and find the screw holes in the bottom of the laptop.
Unscrew them and then remove the bottom portion of the laptop
The hardest part of replacing a CMOS battery may be finding the CMOS
itself. Usually it is located right in the center of the motherboard
(main circuit board of the computer). Look carefully around the
motherboard until you find the CMOS. It is round and silver. Typical
CMOS batteries are smaller than a quarter and about a 1/4 inch thick. It
might say 3V CRV032 on the battery as well.
To remove most CMOS batteries, you need to undo a small silver clasp
that fits across the width of the battery. Just pull this clasp up and
slide the battery out. Take note of how the battery was set into the
clasp. The new battery needs to go in exactly the same way. Once you
have the battery out, you can insert the new one. Just lift up the clasp
and slide in the battery.
The file your seeing of your pictures on your computer may just be a temporary folder where they are held, have you saved the folder to your computer ? Try that and see if it works. I had the same problem on XP, there is no indication that I saw saying it was a temporary file, drove me nuts for a while untill I figured it out. Hope that works, Matt
I can not get your question properly.If you are talking about microsoft office 2007 or the camera which is faulty???if you have the camera software installed please find it in your "all programs list "or in the "control panel" or "program files".
** Note ** When the My Pictures or Pictures folder gets full, camera will not work - Cut and Paste all pictures in that
folder to another folder and restart Orbicam program.
If that does not work then do this:
Start - Programs - look for Acer Empowering Technology then Acer E-Recovery - The look at the bottom and you will
"Backup", "Burn disk" and Restore" choose Restore - choose Apps and Drivers at the bottom of Restore tab (it will say
extracting) - once extracted - click Install or Guides and Manuals if needing Orbicam instructions - click Vista or (XP) on the left - click Drivers - click Camera or CCD - on the
right side of the screen, then look for Bison driver or (or your model which can be found in device manager - control panel - system - device manager - Imaging devices) you have then click a phrase that has something like "Install now", follow on screen instructions. Then repeat steps above and instead of driver choose Bison (or your model which can be found in device manager - control panel - system - device manager - Imaging devices) Utility