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Transferring photos in email to existing album on CPU

by hikergirl / April 13, 2008 8:16 AM PDT

Does anyone know how I can get emailed photos into an existing photo album on my CPU? This is probably an elementary question, but I have to ask. Thanks for any help anyone can give.

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That depends...
by John.Wilkinson / April 17, 2008 11:35 AM PDT

If they are actually 'embedded' in the e-mail (you see them along with the text), try right-clicking on the images and choosing the 'Save As' option, specifying where you wish to save them to. Otherwise, if they are attachments, it depends on your e-mail provider and/or e-mail client, but you can usually click or right-click on the link or click a 'download attachment' button for a similar option.

Hope this helps,
John

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That depends...
by hikergirl / April 18, 2008 5:59 AM PDT
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Thank you for the information, John. Since I wrote for help, AT&T has stolen my retained emails - AGAIN. If I get them (and the one with photos embedded in the body) back, I will try your suggestion. Pat

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CPU cannot store
by welrdelr / April 23, 2008 8:56 AM PDT

The CPU is the chip. Even a system-on-a-chip design is unable to store anything.

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