On Mar 10, 12:37 pm, "Puppy Breath" <nos...@noreply.com> wrote:
> In your Pictures folder (or any folder) click the Organize button and choose
> Folders and Search Options. Click the View tab and make sure "Always show
> icons, never thumbnails" isn't selected. Then click OK. You should get
> thumbnails for most pictures.
> If you still don't get thumbnails, make sure the pictures are JPEGs or some
> other format for which Vista can show thumbnails.
> <skinnyboywol...@gmail.com> wrote in message
> > I've used picassa to transfer some pictures from my digital camera,
> > and from my old laptop, running xp, it would show the actual picture
> > in either a small icon or list or whatever view you choose. But in my
> > vista setting, I can't figure out how to make my actual picture show.
> > It's only showing a a stock pic . Help??
I followed your directions, and unselected the always show icons/
thumbnails thing, and my pic are in jpeg format. it's still just
showing the stock pic, do i need to restart the computer?