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Deletion of unwanted picturesthat I have loaded into folders on my computer

I cannot figure out how to delete unwanted pictures that I have loaded onto my computer and into a folder. I cannot find a "Delete" button on my computer screen .I've checked tools etc. with no sucess.

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Hi

You nees to go into the folder where you can see the photos you wish to delete.

Now right click on the photo. A drop down menu box will appear. Move doen to the option delete. Now left click the mouse. It might ask you if you are sure. Select and click yes.

Hope this helps.

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Emmmeee,

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