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I'm constantly getting jpeg files from people but when I try to open it, I get an error that the "file has no program associated with it". (I use and store my photos in Kodak Easy Share s/w and the same thing happens when I send them to others.) Sometimes the photos appear in the body of the e-mail message (though not always), though they're often huge. How do I ensure my jpeg files will be "accessible" on the recipient's end?

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You can also use windows picture viewer. its simple and all pc's come with it.

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