Question about Computers & Internet
The problem could be the format of the picture that you are trying to open, also the software that you are using to open.
Does your problem look like this?
If you are using Office Picture Manager to view the pictures remember that not all Picture format is supported like this one its in TIF format.
Always save your picture file using Jpeg or GIF format..
Hope this gives you idea.. Thumbs up please.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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