Saving A File From a Newsgroup when Right Clicking



FLKULCHAR
07-10-2005, 02:15 AM
In Outlook Express, I often view photos from various newsgroups; when I
right-clickn the image, I am prompted to save the photo in My Documents\My
Photos.

I do NOT want the photo saved there, so that I must manually scroll through
the harddrive...in order to save it where I want it saved.

Ultimately, until I turn off the computer, my "saved" (and desired) location
works.

That is, until I reboot the computer. Then...the same procedure is required.

HOW CAN I CHANGE THE DEFAULT LOCATION SO THAT THE SCROLLING THROUGH THE
HARDDRIVE IS NEVER NECESSARY?

Thanks,

Larry

PCDaddy
07-10-2005, 02:15 AM
you could simply create a folder, keep it open and drag the picture to
the desired folder.


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FLKULCHAR
07-10-2005, 02:15 AM
It is not possible to drag the photo to a created folder on my desktop!

"PCDaddy" wrote:

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> you could simply create a folder, keep it open and drag the picture to
> the desired folder.
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> PCDaddyPosted from http://www.pcreview.co.uk/ newsgroup access
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PCDaddy
07-10-2005, 02:15 AM
Scrolling through the hard drive? All you have to do is create a folder
in your MyPictures folder and save there. I correct my self on dragging
the pic, copy and paste or save to. The only reason i can see you
wouldn't want to do something as simple as saving it to the pictures
folder is if they are pics you don't want someone to see. In this case,
you have to suffer through a whole four clicks of the mouse to save your
picture.


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FLKULCHAR
07-10-2005, 02:15 AM
thank you...

this is the most lucid response I have had as yet..

your rsvp makes sense...

larry

"PCDaddy" wrote:

>
> Scrolling through the hard drive? All you have to do is create a folder
> in your MyPictures folder and save there. I correct my self on dragging
> the pic, copy and paste or save to. The only reason i can see you
> wouldn't want to do something as simple as saving it to the pictures
> folder is if they are pics you don't want someone to see. In this case,
> you have to suffer through a whole four clicks of the mouse to save your
> picture.
>
>
> --
> PCDaddyPosted from http://www.pcreview.co.uk/ newsgroup access
>
>


Saving A File From a Newsgroup when Right Clicking