Using my Acer desktop, I saved a doc in WORD, when I sent it as an e mail attachment, it kept trying to open in Firefox on another Acer and also an HP same happened, when I forced it to open in WORD it was unreadable. I also tried saving to a memory stick, same thing happened
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This can be done in two possible ways.
1.You will have to download the attached picture document and save it on your desktop.
If it is not an attached file then just right clck on image and choose the option save as.Save the file(picture).
2.Now open your facebook acount.Here you have an option photo .Just click on it,It will open a small box wit option upload a photo and will ask for the image location with option browse (in your case it will be desktop). Just provide the image location and once done just choose the option share.You are done.
Hope this works for you.Let me know if you have further problems.
If your are not very particular in using MS office there is a very easy answer. Forget this MS office thing. Download openoffice.org. Click the link below
It is absoultely free. And works way better than MS office in my opinion. You don't need to search around for a product key. However, it saves a doucment in .odt format instead of your regular .doc format. But there is no need for worry. If you need to send a file to anyone who can only read a .doc file open office provides you the option to save it in .doc format. Which solves the problem if any. Try it once an you may never think of MS office ever. Open office also gives you the option of saving a document directly into PDF format. So any one who recieves it cannot edit it, if you want uneditable documents to be sent to somebody. With MS office you need to buy a new software to achieve this. More money wasted.
Like wise XL/ presentations/database type documents are saved in the open document formats, but open office gives you the option to save all of these in the MS office default formats. It has much better selection of fonts and clipart/galleries too.Good luck and have fun.
Probably a software (i.e., Yahoo) problem. One way around this is to get Outlook Express configured on your PC for Yahoo Mail. Yahoo should have instructions for this. If you do this, you can go to Yahoo to delete any mail you don't want to keep. Then, when you open Outlook Express, any mail still in your Yahoo inbox will download to your PC. Outlook Express shows a paper clip where an attachment is present. You would double-click on the mail item to open it. The little window over the main window you just opened shows attachments. If the item is something you want to save, select File, and Save Attachments. Sometimes, on forwarded mail, you have to double-click on that little window to open that item, then save the attachments as above.
Interesting problem. Have you tried installing another internet browser such as Mozilla Firefox? I love Firefox it saves my tabs/open webpages if I select that option when I shut down the PC even if your PC crashes 90% of the time it will have your tabs/pages saved. The only problems I have experienced with Firefox (minor issue) is some websites hosting videos that are "save as" won't download but this happens rarely. Firefox is also
less vulnerable to phishing and hacking according to the Mozilla website http://www.mozilla.org/
I have had nothing but problems with Windows Vista since I got my Acer Aspire 5610. It crashes daily or 1-2 times a week. I have heard Windows Vista Premium is a better version, but haven't tried it. I know you can purchase installer discs from Acer on their webpage but don't know if you can get them in Windows XP. I have considered dumping the Vista and paying to get XP installed instead.
<grin> Had this problem years ago and it really frustrated me.
- Open the Control Panel
- Open Folder Options
Click on File Associations tab
Go down to the .doc extension listing and . . . change it to Word or WordPad if you don't have MS Word installed.
hmmm..opening attachments is NOT for the meek of spirit. Sounds to me if the attachment is encrypted(PGP?) or other approach, it's a key issue. PW is required, of course. You could send a note back to the sender, asking for it to be pasted in the body of the email too.