Several weeks ago my neighbor who has a digital camera came over and took several nice pictures of my yard. Later that same day she went to Wal-Mart and developed those pictures herself using a Kodak digital photo processing machine in the store.
Yesterday I took my neighbor's images back to Wal-Mart and had the photo lab clerk print me 2 more sets of those same images as well as also load them on 2 Kodak picture CD's.
Earlier today I installed one of the Kodak picture CD's into a Dell Inspiron 1300 notebook computer which I'm using; the photos loaded immediately and I was able to view them in a nice full screen image slide show although the color and sharpness of the images on my computer were not as vivid and as sharp as the 4x6 images which I received from Wal-Mart.
After viewing the slide show presentation I then contacted Kodak's picture CD customer service; my call was routed to the Phillipines where I spoke to a CSR who walked me through a step by step process of installing a Kodak picture CD software program which took about 20 minutes.
Now the photos are in my computer and I want to know if I can email them out. I did attempt to email myself one of the photos; the size of which was 2.20 MB I think. It seemed to take forever for that email to finally come through. It could have been my slow DSL speed; 54.0 Mbps but that picture email finally did make it through and I'm now able to view it.
I attempted to open up the email to view the photo in full screen but I couldn't. I kept receiving an error message which read as follows:
This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the FOLDER OPTIONS CONTROL PANEL.
Can I still email these photos out now that they're in my computer or would it be easier to just have another picture CD made by Kodak and mail the CD out? I've been told by others that digital photography is the way to go. Please advise if someone can.
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