Use The Image
Toolbar To Work With Pictures On The Web!
If you're like most people, you often come across pictures on the Web that you'd
like to save, print, or e-mail to others. It might be a photo of your dream
house, a new vacation spot, or a great item on an auction site. Internet
Explorer lets you easily work with pictures that you find on the Web with the
new Image Toolbar feature.
When you move the mouse pointer over a picture, you'll see the Image Toolbar
appear in the top left corner of the image.
On the Image Toolbar, you'll find buttons that give you one-click access to
several useful commands:
1. Save the picture to your hard disk drive with this button. It's the same as
right-clicking on an image and selecting Save As.
2. Print the picture using this button.
3. E-mail a copy of the picture to someone else with this button.
Note: The recipient of your e-mail message must have a program that can display
the picture. If they are running Internet Explorer 6, the picture will be
displayed in the message received in Microsoft Outlook® Express.
4. Open your My Pictures folder with this button. You can view and manage your
pictures from this folder.
Note: If you have Automatic Image Resizing turned on, the Automatic Image
Resizing icon will appear in the lower right corner of any picture that is too
large to completely fit within the browser window. You can use this icon to
resize the picture so that it either returns to its original size or fits within
the browser window.
Let me know if you need anything else.
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