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02/06/05: Transfering pictures
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Storing Paint Cans
Before storing paint, put some paint on the top and side of
the can so you can easily see what color it is. If the can is
almost empty, transfer it to a smaller container since paint
cans take up a lot of shelf space. If you may want to try to
recreate the color in the future, write the color information
on a piece of paper and tape it to the side of the paint can.
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I have about 15000 digital photos, all titled and arranged
in folders. I also have a new computer. Is there any way
to get the pictures, titles and folders into the new
computer easily. The program I tried just put the pictures
on the CD, nothing else.
Thanks for your help. Dave S.
The easiest way is to network the computers.
Just get a $4.95 crossover cable and
set up a home network.
Then you can drag entire folders including their sub-folders
over to the new machine.
Setting up the home network is easy. Just go into the
network set-up wizard and hit Enter a whole bunch of times.
There is only very few questions that you have to actually
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