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Posted by Anonymous on
I think the best way is to take a screenshot of the image and copy it to the clipboard. After that, you can paste it to blank sheets as long as it supports displaying images directly. Free Online Screenshot allows you to take a screenshot and offers an option of copying the screenshot.
Posted on Jan 11, 2016
What kind of images? pictures? right click on the image/picture or any other like file, then left click on 'copy' from the menu, next, go to where you want that copy, again right click in the space you wish it to be, ie. a open folder, on your desktop; in the menu left click 'paste'. you will then see the copy appear in that space. You still have the original where it was too. you have two of them now. if you would have clicked 'cut' instead of 'copy', you would have removed the item from the original location and put in in the new location, only having one copy, in a different place. you cannot copy from your pc to the internet page and not ALL items from the internet can be copied to your PC.
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