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Location:My own little corner of the universe (somewhere in Alabama). It's OK, they know me here
Local time:07:48 AM
Posted 17 February 2010 - 10:08 AM
Yesterday my husband received the custom built not a dell dude system I ordered from him
The OS is Windows 7. Both of us are now entering the Learning Curve zone.
My first question about Windows 7:
He checks his Yahoo mail. One message has an attachment with a photo.
With XP, one is given a choice to OPEN the photo to look at it OR to save it. I no nothing about the workings of Windows 7, but I did try a few things and got nothing but the option to save.
Right now, he is a bit hot under the collar because in Windows 7, the only option is to SAVE the photo somewhere, then open it and look at it. The attachment thumbnail picture is small, and he wants to see it larger so he can look closely at a few details BEFORE he decides whether to save the picture or not.
With XP, click on the photo, get a choice OPEN or SAVE.
So how does one OPEN the picture without having to save it first in Windows 7?
Which means he is using Yahoo! Classic. Click on Try New Yahoo Mail! In the new Yahoo! Mail, thumbnail is bigger and you can click on View Image to see full side picture. Here is a screenshot from my Yahoo!: