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    I tried saving it to the desktop.

    This is what things look like right now:

    Destination: Desktop

    then there's a box that says progressive JPEG and exit DCF.

    Anyone have an idea?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ANTM Mega Fan View Post
    I tried saving it to the desktop.

    This is what things look like right now:

    Destination: Desktop

    then there's a box that says progressive JPEG and exit DCF.

    Anyone have an idea?
    I'm kinda computer useless, so I don't have much help to offer. But maybe try coping the pictures and then pasting them into your new directory??

    Has anyone here worked much with Adobe Photoshop? I pieced together a bunch of photos to make a really long one, but they are still all individual pictues, how do I turn the images into ONE image so that I can blend the edges together? Any suggestions would be awesome...cause I suck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M_shelll View Post
    I'm kinda computer useless, so I don't have much help to offer. But maybe try coping the pictures and then pasting them into your new directory??

    Has anyone here worked much with Adobe Photoshop? I pieced together a bunch of photos to make a really long one, but they are still all individual pictues, how do I turn the images into ONE image so that I can blend the edges together? Any suggestions would be awesome...cause I suck.
    You just have all the pictures you want opened up in their own separate windows and placed side-by-side, huh? Create a new image that is the size of the long image you want. Then focus on one of your images, and copy it (EDIT > COPY). Then focus on the new image and paste it as a new layer (EDIT > PASTE AS NEW LAYER) Then if you need to move the individual pictures around later, you just focus on the layer you want and move it around. I can't open Photoshop now so I'm not exactly sure which menu the layer selection is under, but you should be able to find it. When you're done, save the image as a jpg or a gif if you want it on the web. If you want to edit it later, make sure you save it as a psp so all your layers and stuff will be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burntbrat View Post
    You just have all the pictures you want opened up in their own separate windows and placed side-by-side, huh? Create a new image that is the size of the long image you want. Then focus on one of your images, and copy it (EDIT > COPY). Then focus on the new image and paste it as a new layer (EDIT > PASTE AS NEW LAYER) Then if you need to move the individual pictures around later, you just focus on the layer you want and move it around. I can't open Photoshop now so I'm not exactly sure which menu the layer selection is under, but you should be able to find it. When you're done, save the image as a jpg or a gif if you want it on the web. If you want to edit it later, make sure you save it as a psp so all your layers and stuff will be there.
    I had all the images in the same window but I needed to blend the edges together so it looked like one really long picture. To do that I needed them on the same layer...I think anyways.
    Then I found a way to do it, but I screwed something else up and had to start over from my last save and for the life of me I could not remember how I did it. :p I think I've got a better handle on it now thou.
    Thanks for your help burntbrat

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    Anyone have Ad-Aware program?? If so, is it normal for it to not have updates for a week or longer? I installed the Ad-Aware Se Plus on my computer, and it last had updates on July 8th.
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    Help me please!
    We bought a new computer yesterday and it came with a 16x DVD burner.

    I know there are differences in the DVD-R and the DVD+R (r RW's) and I know that my DVD player supports the minus.
    Here is my question: Can I burn music onto a DVD-R pr DVD+R?

    my O/S is Win XP Home
    I can burn with Real Player or WMP.

    Oh!! and do I have to format the disks before I use them? and how would I go about doing this (in plain language please)

    I really appreciate the time anyone may take to help me understand this.
    Thanks!!
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    Okay, let me see if I understand what you want to do. You want to burn your music onto a DVD so you can play them on your standalone DVD player (since, I suppose, you have a much better speaker setup on your DVD player than your computer).

    The answer: it depends on your DVD player. Ideally, you'd want it to support playing MP3 or WMA files from your computer. Without knowing what specific model your DVD player is, I can't really give a full answer. (If you have the manual for your DVD player, there should be a list of the formats it supports somewhere in there as well.)

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    My sister and nephew are visiting for the summer and I can't tell you how many things they've done to f-up my computer. Well not really but just changing things around you know? Anyway, I go to open word and theres a grid that I can't get rid of! WTF?! Any ideas how to have it open to a plain white document? Thanks!

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    karna68, it looks like somehow the default template for Word got changed. You can try deleting it - Word will go back to the factory default template when you do that. The procedure to delete Word's default template can be found here.

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    That didn't work

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