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elizabeth ok now there just might be a few errors in judgement here ok now start from the begining n walk me through paint ok please. u help me n ill help u.
Go to Google videos and type in, Windows Paint Tutorials.
Hey, that would entail self-help.
What was I thinking?
hey joeseph i went to google like u said n i dl a fresh 1 but it look the same as i had before but its smaller than the paint ive seen it hass no file no menu or notta but it does have save save as pate n all that so can u help maybe throw a few pointers my way.
lol Was this post addressed to me?
Ok, here is the best I can do. I'll try to be very detailed and all. Things might look a little different for you if you don't have vista (that's the computer software I have), but it should be pretty much the same idea.
Ok, so you go on paint and make your thing:
Then you click on File->Save As...
On the window that pops up click on the drop down list by "Save as type:" and select GIF (I think JPEG would also work but GIF is better quality at least on my computer). Then click "Save" and then "Yes" on the box that pops up asking you if you really want to do that.
Now on chess.com on the tool bar at the top of the box where you type a comment click on the little tree:
And now, on the window that pops up, click on browse:
Then find your picture in the browser, select it, and click "Open":
Then all you need to do is click on "Insert" back on the window it takes you too...
And your picture will pop up in the comment box and be ready to go!
I hope this helps!
tyvm elisabeth but what do u put in the external link/url
Elisabeth the Rat know how to put picture here, he'll will just keep on asking question no matter what.
@Ratatouie: You don't need to put anything in the external link/url when putting up a picture that way. That is another way you can put a picture in. It's for if you have uploaded a picture to the web, you can put the link in there. So like I have this link here that is a picture of a kitten: http://www.treksoftware.org/Graphics/Cute_Cat.bmp
Now all I need to do is put that link into the external link/url space and click insert (nothing else), and there she is!
@kco: I've still got patience. I'm studying to be a math teacher so this is good practice teaching. And by the way, my name is spelled with a "z" not an "s" (that goes for both of you).
Very nice thread, Elizabeth! I now know more about paint than I ever thought someone could know
I'm glad it helped you!
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