Question about Kodak Computers & Internet
Usually the Kodak software stores the images on your computer in your "My Pictures" folder which is usually located under your user directory where your personal files are such as "My Documents". Within the "My Pictures" folder, there should be a Kodak folder where your imported pictures are, if not, check through the "My Pictures" folder and see if you can find the imported pictures.
Once you find the pictures you want to edit/use, you can use a free software such as Picasa from Google or you can find a list of some of the best FREE photo editing software from the link below:
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