1.    07 Jun 2008 #1
    arose Guest

    Moving pictures from Windows Photo Gallery into a folder on my des


    I have downloaded my pictures from my camera to Windows Photo Gallery. I
    cannot figure out how to get them from there into a folder on my desktop. I
    can't even burn them to a CD from Windows Photo Gallery, it wants to first
    format my CD and then says it can't finish the format. I just need some way
    to move these pictures out of Windows Photo gallery so I can ultimately get
    them onto a CD, but I can't even find the path to where they are located.
    Please help!
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  2.    07 Jun 2008 #2
    John Inzer Guest

    Re: Moving pictures from Windows Photo Gallery into a folder on my des


    arose wrote:

    > I have downloaded my pictures from my camera to Windows Photo
    > Gallery. I cannot figure out how to get them from there into a folder
    > on my desktop. I can't even burn them to a CD from Windows Photo
    > Gallery, it wants to first format my CD and then says it can't finish
    > the format. I just need some way to move these pictures out of
    > Windows Photo gallery so I can ultimately get them onto a CD, but I
    > can't even find the path to where they are located. Please help!
    =======================================
    Your pictures are not *in* Windows Photo Gallery...
    it simply records the path to the location of the pictures.

    Open Windows Photo Gallery and right click one
    of the thumbnails for the pictures you are looking
    for...from the menu...choose...Properties....

    On the General tab at "Location" you will see the path
    to the folder the pictures are saved in. (Hint: you
    may not see the complete path unless you highlight
    the text by dragging your pointer across it from left
    to right)

    --

    John Inzer
    Digital Media MVP

    Notice
    This is not tech support
    I am a volunteer

    Solutions that work for
    me may not work for you

    Proceed at your own risk


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  3.    09 Jun 2008 #3
    Join Date : May 2008
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    Re: Moving pictures from Windows Photo Gallery into a folder on my des


    I just want to load some software via a cd and Photo Gallery thinks it needs to format the cd. Can't I just choose something else to manage photos? Just loaded Service Pack 1. Never had a problem installing software I own before.
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  4.    30 May 2009 #4
    Its My Bug Guest

    RE: Moving pictures from Windows Photo Gallery into a folder on my des


    Try "Open File Destination" - this should take you to where they are
    (Pictures?) - then you should be able to move them where you want to.
    --
    Bugsy


    "arose" wrote:

    > I have downloaded my pictures from my camera to Windows Photo Gallery. I
    > cannot figure out how to get them from there into a folder on my desktop. I
    > can't even burn them to a CD from Windows Photo Gallery, it wants to first
    > format my CD and then says it can't finish the format. I just need some way
    > to move these pictures out of Windows Photo gallery so I can ultimately get
    > them onto a CD, but I can't even find the path to where they are located.
    > Please help!
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  5.    30 May 2009 #5
    Bob Guest

    Re: Moving pictures from Windows Photo Gallery into a folder on mydes


    They are not in Photo Gallery. They are in a folder. By default the
    folder is "C:\Users\username\Pictures"

    For future reference you might want to create a new folder before you
    transfer pictures to your computer and then transfer them to the folder.

    I suggest you copy them to the folder so that if needed you still have
    the original on your memory card.

    "arose" wrote:

    > > I have downloaded my pictures from my camera to Windows Photo
    Gallery. I

    > > cannot figure out how to get them from there into a folder on my
    desktop. I

    > > can't even burn them to a CD from Windows Photo Gallery, it wants
    to first

    > > format my CD and then says it can't finish the format. I just need
    some way

    > > to move these pictures out of Windows Photo gallery so I can
    ultimately get

    > > them onto a CD, but I can't even find the path to where they are
    located.

    > > Please help!
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