WORKING WITH AND SAVING IMAGES IN THE DIFFERENT FORMAT
August 6, 2013
[MY COMPUTER TUTORIALS]
[P.S. I used my books from Academy Of Learning, for file formats and it's meanings].
- I always save images (for my website), in the .gif formats, also I could put a text on them such as my name, also for my black and white graphics.
Picture File Types (Format)
File Name Extensions
.jpg & jpeg
JPEG XR FILES
.hdp & .wdp
.tif & .tiff
- Anyways, to capture an image from a web page and save it as a PNG, for you to use for your computer's Home Screen wallpaper or Desktop Background for example, open up Internet Explorer, go to that website of your choice; right-click on the image you wanted and copy that image then open up the windows paint, then paste into it and then save the image, click save as in -PNG. The image won't be blurry, compared to a .gif file.
1. Search the web, for an image of your choice, then right-click on it, (a pop-up dialogue box will appear and will give you options;click on copy); and then open the paint program/application, paste the image then click on save icon. Your graphic is automatically saved in your Pictures Folder.
- Example below is the Calgary Tower from Calgary Herald Photo I found on the web.
|Search for an image you prefer then right-click to copy it|