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Resolved Exporting photos from Windows Live Photo Gallery.

Discussion in 'Other PC Software' started by Bigalx58, 2010/01/10.

  1. 2010/01/10
    Bigalx58

    Bigalx58 Well-Known Member Thread Starter

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    Has anyone been able to export photos from Windows Live Photo Gallery to a USB memory stick? If so, please let me know. I've tried without any success.:mad: Thanks.
     
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    Bigalx58,

    Try this.
    Select a photo - right click and select Open file location
    Then on the Left you will see Under Folders and Tasks - Move this file or Copy this file - then you can export to USB Flash Drive (Memory Stick)
     

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    Bigalx58

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    Hi..when I click on 'Open File Location' there is no 'Under Folders and other Tasks' on the left...all what happens is a whole group of photos are seen in the window...they were the pics that I took on the same day.
    BTW I was able to send photos to my MP3 player without any problems! Go figure!!!
     
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    Bigalx58

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    Eureka!! Found out what caused my problem!! The stick had used up its 'table of contents' because I had a lot of indiviual pics and even though I had a lot of space on the stick, it wouldn't make 'room' for more pics. I put the pics into a folder and things returned to normal!!
     

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