Posted 22 May 2005 - 12:51 AM
A few suggestions as i don't know the answer to your specific question:
1. Don't copy the picture, save it to a folder on your hard drive (it will save in its original format which will probably be jpg), then open it in paint.
2. Forget about paint and use Irfanview for basic operations. See comments in the Graphics forum: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/Gra...diting-f37.html
3. See if you can find a free download of Paintshop Pro somewhere. At one time v.4.15 was freely available. Its relatively powerful, easy to use, intuitive and will run on just about any windows PC - a little dated now but possibly the finest piece of freeware I've ever seen.
4. If you want to get serious about graphics look for The GIMP (which is also free!) now it has been released in a windows compatible version. Takes some getting used to though.
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