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Part 2. Getting It All Together > Copying a Picture from a Web Page

Copying a Picture from a Web Page

Think of the Internet as a global photo library at your fingertips. For example, if you need a photo of the Brooklyn Bridge to illustrate a report, surf to www.google.com, click the Images tab, and you're sure to find several choices. Then use the steps here to load the image into Photoshop Elements.

While viewing a Web page in Internet Explorer (or other browser), right-click the picture you want.

From the pop-up menu, choose Save Picture As (or the equivalent command in your browser).

If necessary, navigate to the folder where you want to store the file.

Click Save. You're ready to open the file in Photoshop Elements for editing.


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