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How do I transfer images from Picasa on my computer to my new digital frame

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Hi there

you can do that by inserting our digital photo frame to your computer via usb and as soon as yor pc recognizes the photo frame, you can try and sending your photo towards it. you digital photo frame has internal memory so you might wana transfer those pics there. running from picasa however, you need to explore using picasa and as soon as picasa recognises the digital photo frmae, you can transfer now.

hope this helps..

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

  • earl norman llanera
    earl norman llanera Feb 07, 2008

    another way is to use a flashdrive and be sure that the pics are insde the flash drive then insert it to the usb outlet of the digital photoframe.

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