Deleting pictures from picture and fax viewer


G

Guest

How do you do it? I've tried looking a folder under the
My Computer and come up empty.
 
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J

John Inzer

How do you do it? I've tried looking a folder under the
My Computer and come up empty.
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Please provide a more detailed description
of what you are trying to accomplish.

There are no pictures *in* the Pictures and
Fax Viewer...it only displays the files you
choose.

If you are seeing unwanted images when viewing
an image file from an e-mail message...try deleting
all the files in your Temporary Internet Files folder.
Running "Disk Cleanup" should clear it up for you.
The following article provides instructions on using
the Disk Cleanup Tool.

(310312) Description of the Disk Cleanup
Tool in Windows XP
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=310312


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John Inzer
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Digital Image Support Center
http://tinyurl.com/3xxqg
 
G

Guest

When I access a pic on the web and it opens up the Pic
and Fax viewer if I hit the scroll buttons on the bottom
I find there about 170 other pics that are mostly banners
or those dumb smilies. I just want to get rid of them. I
attempted to run disk cleanup but it told me that the
selected files were empty.
 
J

John Inzer

When I access a pic on the web and it opens up the Pic
and Fax viewer if I hit the scroll buttons on the bottom
I find there about 170 other pics that are mostly banners
or those dumb smilies. I just want to get rid of them. I
attempted to run disk cleanup but it told me that the
selected files were empty.
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OK...try the following instructions from Yves Alarie:

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If these are files downloaded from the internet or e-
mail, they may be in a
subfolder of your Internet temporary files. The folder name will start with
OLK and there will be a number after OLK. The easiest way to find it is to
search for OLK* and once found open it and see if the files are there.
Click on Start and Search and then
All files and folders
More advanced options
Search system folders
Search hidden files and folders
Search subfolders
In the top textbox "All or part..." type in
OLK*
and click search
This search will take a while but should return all folders starting with
OLK.
Open the folders, change the view to Thumbnails and see if the unwanted
files are there. If so just select them and delete. They will go to your
Recycle bin, delete them from there also. Or hold the Shift key down when
you delete them in order to prevent them from going into your Recycle bin.
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John Inzer
Picture It! MVP
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Picture It! Support Center
http://tinyurl.com/2po2o

Digital Image Support Center
http://tinyurl.com/3xxqg
 
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