PC Doctor April 20, 2018
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Dear PC Doctor:
I want to print a photo that I saw on Facebook. I tried, but it comes out on part of the page with everybody’s comments and likes on the other part of the page. How do I do that?
Log in to your Facebook account and find the photo. Click on the photo. This should take you to the view you described, the one with the photo and the comments. Next, use your mouse and right-click on the photo. You will get a menu of options. Choose “Save image as . . .”. save the image to your computer. It will download to the destination you select (desktop, your downloads folder, a flash drive – you decide). Once it has downloaded it, open it from that destination and it should be a stand-alone picture, with none of the comments. Now, when you print, the print out will be of the photo by itself.
Until next time,
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Posted: to Athol Library News on Wed, Apr 18, 2018
Updated: Fri, Apr 20, 2018