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Easily Save Web Graphics
Do you often see a picture or other graphic on a website that
you'd like to save? Simply right-click on it, click Save Picture
As, select the folder where you want to save it and click the
Save button. That was pretty easy, right?
Well, now I'm going to show you another even faster way.
- Open Windows Explorer and open the folder where you want to
save the graphic.
- Resize your browser window so that it takes up the left half
of the screen and the right side (2 pane view) of the Windows
Explorer window is visible behind.
- Position your mouse pointer over the graphic you want to copy.
- If the pointer changes to a 'white arrow' you can just drag (using the
right mouse button) the graphic from your browser and drop it
right in the folder in Windows Explorer. Select 'Copy here' from
the popup menu and the graphic is saved to the folder.
- If the pointer changes to a 'hand', that means that the graphic is
a hyperlink to another document. In that case you'll have to
right-click on the graphic and select Copy from the popup menu,
right-click the Windows Explorer window and click Paste from the
popup menu and the graphic is saved to the folder.
BONUS TIP: You can also insert a graphic directly into Excel by
using right-click, Copy and right-click,
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