Move pictures from My Document to My Picture

October 25, 2010 at 07:57:57
Specs: Windows XP
How do I transfer pictures from My document folder to My picture folder where all my other pictures are at?

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#1
October 25, 2010 at 09:47:06
Maxine49, First, it is good practice to make backups of those pictures. If you have multiple pictures to move just hold down your Ctrl key then left click on all of the pictures you want to move to hilite them then on the left side under "File and Folder Tasks" choose "Move the selected items" and click the + in front of "My Documents", scroll down to "My Pictures", left click it to hilite it then click the "Move" button.

Tufenuf


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#2
October 25, 2010 at 11:06:43
on my doctuments that have pictures on them I have to open them with the adobe reader andthen I can't get anywhere. What is wrong?

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#3
October 25, 2010 at 11:21:33
Maxine49, "on my doctuments that have pictures on them I have to open them with the adobe reader andthen I can't get anywhere. What is wrong?"

I don't understand your problem. You first asked how to move your pictures from your My Documents folder to the My Pictures folder and now you're asking what's in th quotes above? Can you try to explain better?

Tufenuf


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#4
October 25, 2010 at 11:22:22
Pictures do no usually open with Adobe but in any event you don't need to "Open" them to move or copy them. Lets try to just copy one of them for now. Choose a file and give it just "one" single left click to highlight it. Next right click the file and choose "Copy". The file is now held unseen by what is called the clipbook. Close that Window and open the Pictures folder. Right click a blank space and choose "Paste". The file should then arrive. I have deliberately left the original file in Documents for now, just in case anything goes wrong.

There is a lot more to say about making it possible to copy or move a whole stack of files in one go but let us know how the above works out first. I would also like to establish the "file type" and why it opens with Adobe but lets take things one step at a time.

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