"save as" in XP ?

  Morpheus© 16:25 15 May 03
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hi again, could some bright spark tell me how to save an image which is up on the screen onto a floppy disk, i am using Nikon Viewer, right click just gives me options, like...edit,zoom in,next, and so on, and there is nothing along the top in the File,Edit, and so on

thanks

  fitshase 16:33 15 May 03

You don't say from which software you are trying to save the image.


regards


Fitshase

  Morpheus© 16:45 15 May 03

hi..it is Nikon viewer, just got it with the camera, first venture into digital..

  fitshase 16:57 15 May 03

Which version?


Fitshase

  Morpheus© 16:59 15 May 03

hi..Nikon view ver 6.0.0

thanks

  imindoors 17:09 15 May 03

Morpheus©

I usually select all Ctr C

Open up a blank M Word

and Ctr V It pastes it into there

Works from most applications Of course do all your editing and customisation before U do all that.

Imindoors

  Morpheus© 17:21 15 May 03

tried your post, and could not get it to work :-(

thanks anyway....anything else to try?

  fitshase 17:23 15 May 03

It looks like the Nikon Viewer is just that..... a viewer.


You need to set it up to work with a paint package in order to save the photos.


Click File\Edit using other programs >


Select the paint package you normally use (Paint Shop Pro / MS Paint / etc.)



Hope this helps


Regards


fitshase
This should open the paint package and import that file. It is then just a case of File\Save as (in the paint package).

  fitshase 17:24 15 May 03

seems my post has been jumbled!

Should read:-

Morpheus
It looks like the Nikon Viewer is just that..... a viewer.
You need to set it up to work with a paint package in order to save the photos.

Click File\Edit using other programs >

Select the paint package you normally use (Paint Shop Pro / MS Paint / etc.) This should open the paint package and import that file. It is then just a case of File\Save as (in the paint package).



Hope this helps

Regards

fitshase

  cdb 17:26 15 May 03

Can't you view it in windows fax and picture viewer and then click on the floppy and the n select 3.5in foppy from the drop down menu. Be aware in this day and age, alot of pictures will be bigger than the floppy disc. A cd r/rw would be better.

  Morpheus© 18:12 15 May 03

Thank you all for the help,fitshase,s idea worked, but thank you all for the input.

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