Dell Laptop right click does not work when on internet page to access save as wallpaper, save to favorites etc. but it does work when you right click on the toolbar to change anything there, the problem is just on the page itself no other place.???
Re: right click does not work when on internet page
This sounds like the publisher of the photos has put limitations on their web page that keep you from saving their images to your computer. Right clicking is easily disabled on specific web pages by the people who make the web page.
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Type www.gmail.com on your address bar and then sign in with your user and password.Gmail is not part of your hard drive software programs.It is accessed from the internet. You can go to the gmail page and then right click on the page and save it to your favorites if you wish.
<p>Internet Explorer 7 has a gold star to help you remember
your favorite sites. This icon of gold is on the left near the top of your
browser. Just click on a Web page when you see interesting or useful, IE7 and
stores the page title, URL and date of creation in your "favorites"
folder. You can use a collection of favorite sites in time. Print your favorite
IE7 copies of their role file at any time.<br />
<p> <br />
<p>Save favorites<br />
<p>1. Open Internet Explorer and click on "File" to open
the File menu.<br />
<p>2. Click "Import / Export" to the Import / Export
<p>3. Click "Export to a file and click Next. Click
on" Favorites "to select it.<br />
<p>4. Click Next. A list of folders appears. Click on the
"favorites" folder to select it. This folder contains all add to your
<p>5. Click the Browse button to the "favorites"
file. In this window you can select where you want your list of favorites to
<p>6. Look for the "Desktop" icon in the left pane;
click the icon to select it.<br />
<p>7. Click Save and then click Export. Internet Explorer saves
your bookmarks on the desktop in a file called "bookmarks.htm. Click"
Finish ".<br />
Step 1: Online or Offline ?? It is occasionally necessary to access Web pages when an Internet connection is not available. This could be during research projects or during air travel. It is possible to view these files by saving a copy of the page on your computer so that it can be accessed offline. Most Internet browsers have a way to make Web pages available to be viewed when offline.
Add the website to your favorites. On the open Web page, open the "Favorites" menu and click "Add to Favorites." Click the "Make Available Offline" check box. To select how much content to download and specify a schedule for periodically updating the page click "Customize" and follow the instructions. Click "OK" to save the page to your hard drive so it can be viewed when offline. Firefox Browse to the Web page you would like to be able to view offline. Click on "File" on the menu bar. Select the "Save Page As" option. In the "Save As Type" bar, select "Web Page, Complete" to make sure that the entire Web page and contents are saved. Select the save location for the webpage. If you do not wan to save the Web page to the default location of the desktop then browse and select a suitable save location on your hard drive. Click "Save". The website will now be able to be viewed in Firefox offline, when you open it from the folder you saved it in. Safari Navigate to the page you wish to view offline. Open the "File" menu in the toolbar. Select "Save As" from the menu. Select the directory that you would like to save the Web page to. In the "Format" box select "Web Archive. " Click "Save." The Web page is now accessible offline, from the saved directory folder and will be opened in Safari.
Im not sure what you are referring to but when you are on a certain web page or your emails you want to access frequently right click select add to favourites then any time you want to access the site click on favourites in the top toolbar and then access it from the drop down list.
To create it right click in the top toolbar (top of web page screen) select the menu bar this adds File Edit View Favorites Tools and Help to the top toolbar
You must be using Firefox instead of Internet Explorer. Right click on any blank space on the navigation bar and select "menu bar" this will enable the menu bar that has a bookmarks tab on it. Just click on that tab to see what you have saved.
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Just click on favorites on the top of the page of internet explorer(located alongside the section where you could see files, view, etc..) then click Add to Favorites. Then just click Add. You could also create folders for your favorites if you'd like and you could see on the favorites tab as well.
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Another way to do this is a little more complicated, but works just as well - if not better. Select the icon for your internet browser already on your desktop. Copy the icon and paste it onto your desktop. Now right-click on this new icon and click "Properties" Click on the "Target" field, there will text in quotation marks in this field. At the end of the quotation mark, add a space after the last mark and then type in the internet address you want your new shortcut to go to (i.e. "C:Program FilesMozilla Firefoxirefox.exe" www.examplesite.com), when Firefox is your browser. Now click "OK" in the dialog box. Go ahead and change the name of this new shortcut to whatever you want. When you double-click this link, it will open up your website!
Right Click on the Desktop Select "Properties" Click "Desktop" Select any pictures you want or click "Browse" button to install any picture which you want to set as Desktop wallpaper. Click "Apply" then "OK"
For Windows Vista, 7 or 2008
Right Click on the Desktop Select "Personalise" Click "Desktop Wallpaper" Click Browse button to install any picture which you want to set as Desktop wallpaper. Click Save Setting then Close the Window.