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    Tagging pictures in Windows XP in Sony notebook

    I wish to tag pictures in Windows XP in my Sony notebook. Is there any option to find the pictures based on the tag?



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    SoftwareWD Array
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    Re: Tagging pictures in Windows XP in Sony notebook

    hi there,


    Yes you can easily tag pictures in your SONY NOTEBOOK.

    Please Follow the procedure :


    * Open the folder that contains the PHOTO you wish to TAG in EXPLORER.
    * Now look for the "Tags" to the photo you have selected.
    * now you can Add a tag.


    You're done..!!

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    sandi.jkv Array
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    Re: Tagging pictures in Windows XP in Sony notebook

    Follow these steps:

    1.Open pictures library by clicking START button and then clicking PICTURES.

    2.Locate and click the picture that you want to tag.

    3.In details pane at the bottom of the window, next to TAGS click ADD A TAG type a tag name and click SAVE.

    4.If the details not displayed on the toolbar click ORGANIZE,click LAYOUT and then click DETAILS PANE.


    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!

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    jav.aditya Array
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    Re: Tagging pictures in Windows XP in Sony notebook

    Hello,

    1.Click "Start" and select "Control Panel" from the right-hand side of the Start Menu.

    2.
    Click "Personalization."

    3.
    Select "Desktop Background" from the personalization menu.

    4.
    Click "Browse" and locate the folder on your computer containing the image that you want to use as your wallpaper.

    5.
    Check the box in the upper left corner of the picture that you want to use as your desktop wallpaper. If you want to create a slideshow of images to use as your desktop wallpaper, select each image that you want to include.

    6.
    Select the way that you want the image to be displayed on your desktop from the "Picture Position" menu. "Fill" will fill the entire screen with the picture and may crop part of the image; "Fit" stretches the image to fit the width of your screen; "Stretch" will stretch the image to fill your screen without cropping; "Tile" will repeat the image multiple times and "Center" will center the image on your screen without resizing it.

    7.
    Click "Save Changes" to save the changes to your desktop wallpaper.

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

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