Use Windows Photo Gallery to Share Your Photos

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There are some great reasons to take your Windows Vista laptop on vacation with you, and, no, it's not to check your business email, you work-a-holics! Instead, travelers, after an enjoyable day of and sightseeing, can easily and quickly share their favorite photos of the day with their family and friends using Vista's new Photo Gallery. So you don't bog down recepient's inboxes with large attachment, the Photo Gallery lets you automatically resize your pictures when you send them without changing the size or quality of the photo saved on your computer. To use Photo Gallery, just follow these three easy steps:

1. Click the Start button, click All Programs, then click Windows Photo Gallery.
2. Click the picture you want to send & then click Email.
3. Select the size you want from the list, and then click Attach.

 

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    Googleman81

    Windows Live Photo Gallery is going to be even cooler with special features for Windows Live Space owners. Not gonna go into detail though, since it seems to be a closed beta, and I did not bother reading the complete policy about telling others what the program can do, so I better be on the save side with this one.

    This seems to be the first "did you know" entry from Sarah though, that does not show something completely new to me, but rather is one of these "basic features I noticed but never tried myself" things. I feel a little like an intermediate windows user being told how to change my desktop resolution, but that´s OK since it enabled me to say something cool about Windows Live Photo Gallery...

  • User profile image
    Googleman81

    Windows Live Photo Gallery is going to be even cooler with special features for Windows Live Space owners. Not gonna go into detail though, since it seems to be a closed beta, and I did not bother reading the complete policy about telling others what the program can do, so I better be on the save side with this one.

    This seems to be the first "did you know" entry from Sarah though, that does not show something completely new to me, but rather is one of these "basic features I noticed but never tried myself" things. I feel a little like an intermediate windows user being told how to change my desktop resolution, but that´s OK since it enabled me to say something cool about Windows Live Photo Gallery...

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