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help..emailing more than one picture

 
sierts95
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Dec 29, 2002 19:05 |  #1

I have an a40 using it with zoom browser 3.2. How do you select more than one picture when you want to send several pictures, it says to select images but I can only select one..help...
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redbutt
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Dec 29, 2002 20:31 |  #2

First, stop using ZoomBrowser. Go download BreezeBrowser. It is by far a superior way to view and manage your photos.

In both programs, if you want to select multiple images, hold down the "Control" key and click on each image that you want to select. Also, a quick windows shortcut for slelecting a list is click the first item, hold down "shift" on the keyboard, then click the last item.




  
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PaulSoebekti
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Dec 29, 2002 23:52 |  #3

Open the folder in ZoomBrowser, click the first picture - then while holding down click the next picture(s) that you would like to send.

Click Internet on the menu bar and click Send E-mail - follow the prompts.




  
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Dec 30, 2002 08:12 |  #4

redbutt wrote:
First, stop using ZoomBrowser. Go download BreezeBrowser. It is by far a superior way to view and manage your photos.

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Totally agree with this, much easier and user friendly


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Dec 30, 2002 11:40 |  #5

There is also a free program available that is very popular.
http://www.irfanview.c​om (external link)
I too disliked Zoom and just used XP's viewer. I have just recently changed to Irfanview and so far am very pleased. Most of my editing however is still done in Adobe PS 7.


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