"Create an association in the Folder Options control panel." is exactly what they mean. And the "Associating a File Type with an Application"-paragraph in "http://www.peachpit.com/articles/article.asp?p=24588&seqNum=8&rl=1 (about halfway the page) explains how to do it.
The filetype to change: most likely jpg, as most pics are jpg.
All you need to know: what program was used by Windows BEFORE this change. Three good picks are
- Internet Explorer
- Microsoft Photo-editor (if you happen to have installed a version of MS Office that includes it)
- Irfanview (if you did download and install that program)
You "want it back to how it was". Well, we don't know how it was, so that's up to you. Internet Explorer, however, is the default that comes with Windows, so it's a safe guess.
Hope this helps.
I was able to open pics in emails easily to view them by just double clicking them.
then I downloaded kodak easyshare latest version, which is fine, but now I get an error msg which says ...
This file does not have a programme association with it for performing this action. Create an association in the Folder Options control panel.
What do they mean? I think kodak has changed something that tries to open things thru it, but I just want it back to how it was. does anyone know what I should do please