#3302 - 01/22/0203:35 PMPics for Camera on in Explorer
I got a new digita camera the other day and when I opened it all the photos default to open in enternet explorer. Is there a way that I can set them up so they can open in a program like photoshop as the default? Its such a pain in the butt to open <br>a high res pic in Explorer and it omnly shows a fraction of the pic.<br><br>I can open the photos in other programs like photoshop but I have to do it one pic at a time. <br><br>Any suggestions<br><br>Bofreddy<br><br>Your tone, It's all wrong. Do it again and I'll stab ya in the face with a sawdering iron!!! "Joe Dirt"
You can set the application that will open particular file types in the File Exchange control panel. In X it's even easier since all you need to do is open the information window for a document and in the pop up menu in that window go to the open with application option and then choose what application you want.<br><br>And that's true too.--Shakespeare, King Lear
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#3304 - 01/22/0206:15 PMRe: Pics for Camera on in Explorer
Thanks alot for the info <br>The Photoshop program said something about not having the scrip editors so I could not use it. But I am able to use it in programs that pull up the whole pic.<br><br>Fred<br><br>Your tone, It's all wrong. Do it again and I'll stab ya in the face with a sawdering iron!!! "Joe Dirt"
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