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Old 03-28-2009, 07:25 PM
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Re: Question RE how-to post "multiple" images

Originally Posted by *dee*
Rick, since I already had most of the pics & info in PowerPoint, I tried your suggestion first.

When I went to "save as"....there were no other choices! The only option was to save it as a "ppt" file.

Well, on to the next (easiest?) suggestion!


You need to pull down the scroll bar on the Save as Type selection in order to select "jpg". I'm still using the 2000 version, so yours may look a little different if you have a newer one, but it should look like this:

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Old 03-28-2009, 07:44 PM
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Re: Question RE how-to post "multiple" images

I'll play with that more...but I've got my images copied in Paint now.

I'm gonna start my new thread!

Hugs to everyone for helping me....thank you!

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