I can't save and image with numbers. If I try to use my key board and save an image as c35q42.bmp it will not let me put in numbers in. Num is on! It will let me put letters in all day. But we have to save our images with numbers for my work that way you know of chapter 35 question 42. Is there a setting that I haven't done for the numbers to show. However I can hit the # key then put numbers in but I'm not use to having to do that.
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Paint Shop Pro 5 is no longer supported by Corel. This sounds like an issue that used to occur with Windows 2000 - is that the operating system you're on? You might try making sure you have all available updates on Windows and Paint Shop, otherwise, it appears that an upgrade would be the best choice. Also, you might try speaking with one of their salespeople to explain your issue and verify that this does not occur in a newer version. They might be able to tell you why it was happening in 5.0.... Thanks for rating FixYa!
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On any Panasonic Toughbook: The PrtSc or Print Screen key will not print the screen directly. The trick is to use "Shift" + "PrtSc" which will then "capture" an image of the screen.
Then you open the Paint program and then with the cursor in the middle of the blank screen you press the "Paste" button. This will cause the image that you just captured to be displayed in the Paint program. You can now save this image as a BMP or as a JPG image. It can now also be printed.
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To use the printscreen function of your laptop do the following:
1. Press the "Printscreen" key (or "Fn" key and "Printscreen" key if it is written in color blue). 2. Open MS-Paint (Click start, programs, accessories, paint) 3. Press "ctrl" and letter "v" to paste the captured screen. 4. You can save the captured screen as an image (jpg, gif, bmp) or you can print it.
First open Microsoft Paint by going to Start, All Programs, Accessories and then Paint Now open the BMP file in Paint. Now all you have to do to save the file in JPG format is to simple do a Save As. Change the File Type drop down menu to JPG and click Save
Try copying and pasting the bmp image into a (Word) document. (Other applications such as powerpoint and graphics programs would also work). After resizing the image you should be able to print this document.
Step by step... open the bmp image with an application such as Paint. Do a Select All, then a Copy; open up Word, and Paste into the document. Then resize the bitmap within Word.
That is an image file, it may have been moved or deleted, looks like from the file path it's a background image. If you want a quick solution you could just re-install the software. If you're feeling techy go into MS paint (start,programs,accessories,paint) open a new image paint the background black and save it as a .bmp called start.bg then place the file in the Toshiba\corona voila you've replaced the file...
Super simple. Open the picture with Microsoft Paint. (Start -> Program -> Accessories -> Paint). Once you've got the image open, go to the top and click file -> save as. In the drop down box labeled Save as type: Choose JPEG (*.jpg, *.jpeg.... ). Then name is something useful, and save it somewhere memorable.
Thats it! Of course, there is more specialized software like photoshop, or paint shop that can do this and much much more, but the is the easiest and cheepest way.
Ok I am not sure why ya scanner won't save in JPEG .. however converting the files to JPEG is relitively "Simple". After saving the Scanned picture.. Open it up in say MS Paint, Painshop etc, then simply choose "Save As.." from the File Menu, and save it as a NEW image file this time with a JPEG extension. IE: origional... picture.png or picture.bmp ... save as ...picture.jpg .. ya should be good to go. :)