Photos come in various sizes. The dpi means dots per inch.
So the 200 dpi is more suitable for the printers while
the 72 dpi is more suitable for a quick view or web usage.
The higher the dpi and picture size the bigger the file
a picture by clicking on the appropriate link. A separate
browser window will open up with the image. Wait for the
image to download. (Your download may take a few minutes.)
Move your mouse over the image and right click. In the
menu that just opened, select "Save Picture As..." and
then choose a location on your hard drive to store the
image. The desktop is always a good place to save the picture
if you are not familiar with your computer's file structure.
To quickly get to the desktop, click on the drop box arrow
at the top where it says "Save in" and select desktop.
If you are taking the picture to the printers, just save
directly to a blank 3.5 inch diskette. Once you have the
picture on your computer, open it up by clicking on it
or by selecting your favorite picture viewer.
Note: If you print the picture directly from
your Internet browser, the picture may not print correctly
on one page and your printed copy will include an unwanted
title, file location, and date. Also, do not print from
Microsoft Paint for this program is not ideal for these
pictures. Try at first to print a sample in black and
white on normal paper.