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    Importing photos from memory card to Windows Live Photo Gallery

    I would like to know how to import photos from memory card to Windows Live Photo Gallery. Please help me on this.



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    expert Array
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    Re: Importing photos from memory card to Windows Live Photo Gallery

    Do the following steps to import photos from memory card to Windows Live Photo Gallery
    • First of all connect the memory card on your system
    • Click on start followed by photo gallery and then on Windows Live Photo Gallery
    • Click on home followed by Import photos
    • In Import Photos and Videos click import
    • Click on Import all new items now
    This is how you import photos from memory card to Windows Live Photo Gallery. If you want, click on more options and then on Review, organize and group items to import for advance options

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    jav.aditya Array
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    Re: Importing photos from memory card to Windows Live Photo Gallery

    Hello,

    1.Connect the memory card with the computer. There are two different ways you can do this. To connect the camera directly to the computer, you will need to insert the USB cable into your camera and turn the camera on. Then, plug the other end of the USB cable into the USB port on the computer. Or, you can use a memory card reader, which can be purchased separately. Remove the memory card from the camera and slide it into the card reader. Then, plug the memory card reader into the USB port on the computer. Some computers may have memory card readers built directly into the computer; in this case, you would simply slide the memory card directly into this port.

    2.
    Wait for Windows to automatically recognize the connection and open the AutoPlay dialog box. Choose the "Import pictures using Windows" option from the list. Wait for Windows to locate the pictures.

    3.
    Type in a tag for the pictures you are importing, when prompted by Windows. Windows will open a "Tag These Pictures" box and you will insert your tag into the box. The tag is either a word or short phrase that describes the group of pictures. For example, you could use "Golf Outing," "Sally's 5th b-day," "16 July 2009" or "birds," if appropriate. Tags are optional; if you do not want to tag your pictures, simply leave the box blank. When you are finished, click the "Import" button.

    4.
    Decide whether you want to erase the pictures from your camera's memory card once they have been imported to your computer. Although this is entirely a personal preference, keep in mind that the pictures are taking up space on your memory card and you will have less available space for new pictures. As Windows is importing pictures, a status box will be opened on your screen. If you would like to erase the pictures from your memory card, check the box next to the option "Erase after importing." Once all of your pictures have been imported, Windows will automatically open Windows Photo Gallery, where you will be able to view, edit and print your pictures.

    Regards!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    sandi.jkv Array
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    Re: Importing photos from memory card to Windows Live Photo Gallery

    Follow these steps:

    1.Make sure that your memory card reader turned on or connected to your computer.

    2.Open START,in the search box type PHOTO GALLERY,and then the list of results click WINDOWS LIVE PHOTO GALLERY.

    3.Click HOME tab and click IMPORT IMAGES.

    4.In the IMPORT PHOTOS AND VIDEOS dialog box click the device that you want to use and then click IMPORT .

    5.Select either Review, organize and group items to import orImport all new items now.


    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!!

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