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    Viewing photos as film strip in Windows XP

    I would like to know how to view photos as film strip in Windows XP on my Samsung desktop system. Please help me on this.



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    Re: Viewing photos as film strip in Windows XP

    To view your photos in the form of film strip:
    • First click on ‘Start’ and click on ‘My Pictures’.
    • Click on ‘View’ and then on the ‘filmstrip’
    Now you can see the photos in the filmstrip mode. You can feel free to rearrange the photos by dragging the specific photos to new positions. Unless you change the order, photos will remain in the sorted order. By Filmstrip view, you can see the selected photos in full size.

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    Re: Viewing photos as film strip in Windows XP

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I would like to know how to view photos as film strip in Windows XP on my Samsung desktop system. Please help me on this.

    1. In Windows Explorer go to the folder you want to enable Filmstrip view for
    2. In the main menu choose View->Customize this Folder
    3. In the new window select What kind of folder do you want->Pictures
    4. Click Ok to close the window
    5. Now you can select new menu item View->Filmstrip.

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    Arrow Re: Viewing photos as film strip in Windows XP

    !!! HI dude !!!


    Follow these simple steps to solve your problem,


    • Go to My Computer and hit Folder options under Tools tab.
    • Click Show common tasks in folder under tasks on the General tab.
    • Finally hit on OK.
    • Now go to the pictures folder.
    • Select Film strip under view tab.
    • Now you can see in film strip format.


    Hope it helps U!!!





    !!! Thank you !!!


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    Re: Viewing photos as film strip in Windows XP

    Hello,

    It is easy to change the type of view of the images on the windows OS.

    To do that.

    Open the folder in which you have the photos.

    Than click on view.

    Than select "filmstrip" out of the other options given.

    -Regards

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    Re: Viewing photos as film strip in Windows XP

    Follow these steps:

    1.Browse the location of the folder

    2.Right click on the folder and select properties.

    3.click on customize tab.

    4.From drop-down list under "USE THIS FOLDER TYPE AS A TEMPLATE".and select photo album.

    5.click ok.


    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!

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    Re: Viewing photos as film strip in Windows XP

    Follow these steps:
    1.Double-click on My Computer icon.
    2.On tools menu click folder options.
    3.On the general tab,click show common tasks in folder under tasks.
    4.Click OK.

    All The Best!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Viewing photos as film strip in Windows XP

    Follow these simple steps to solve your problem,


    • Go to My Computer and hit Folder options under Tools tab.
    • Click Show common tasks in folder under tasks on the General tab.
    • Finally hit on OK.
    • Now go to the pictures folder.
    • Select Film strip under view tab.
    • Now you can see in film strip format.

    Hope it helps U!!!

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    Re: Viewing photos as film strip in Windows XP

    dear friend,

    Follow these steps to view photos as film strip in Windows XP-

    Click on ‘Start’.

    Select ‘My Pictures’.

    Click on ‘View’ and then on the ‘filmstrip’.

    Now you can see the photos in the filmstrip mode.


    You can rearrange the photos by dragging the specific photos to new positions.

    By Filmstrip view, you can see the selected photos in full size.

    Unless you change the order, photos will remain in the sorted order.


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    Re: Viewing photos as film strip in Windows XP

    HELLO,

    To View pictures as filmstrip in windows Xp follow these simple steps -

    1)click Start, and then click My Pictures.

    2)Click a picture to select it. Double-click a picture to see a preview of it in the Windows Picture and Fax Viewer.

    3)You can view your pictures as a filmstrip in any My Pictures subfolder or any folder customized as a pictures folder.

    4) On the View menu, click Filmstrip.

    Filmstrip toolbar buttons can be use to select the previous and next pictures in the filmstrip or work with the selected picture. The following table describes these buttons.

    Click this button Called To do this Or, press these keyboard
    keys
    Previous image Go to the previous page in this folder. If you are viewing
    the first image in the folder, this button is inactive.
    LEFT ARROW
    Next image Go to the next page in this folder. RIGHT ARROW
    Rotate clockwise Rotate the image by 90 degrees clockwise. CTRL+K
    Rotate counter-clockwise Rotate the image by 90 degrees counter-clockwise. CTRL+L

    For Better reference kindly check the above format...

    ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::GOOD LUCK:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::

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    Re: Viewing photos as film strip in Windows XP

    Hello,

    It is easy to change the type of view of the images on the windows OS.

    To do that.

    Open the folder in which you have the photos.

    Than click on view.

    Than select "filmstrip" out of the other options given.

    hope ur problem gets solved...

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    Re: Viewing photos as film strip in Windows XP

    Hi,
    This is a very nice thing that you asked for. This option is not used much, but it is a very beautiful feature of Windows XP and it can be used for a better viewing of the pictures. First go to either My Computer or My Documents and from there select the particular drive or folder respectively that you want to go to. Now when you double click on that particular folder where specifically you have pictures which you want to view as filmstrips. Now filmstrip view is like a view where the different pictures be it still or animated like gifs, can be viewed easily one after the other. It is very helpful sometimes for the user. After you come into the folder containing pictures select view option from the menubar. In the view you will get different viewing options, among them choose Fimstrip. Once you select it, you will get to see the pictures in the manner I just mentioned.

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    Re: Viewing photos as film strip in Windows XP



    Hello friend..

    It is too easy to set the photo view as Fimstrip

    follow these steps:-

    Right click the blank space in the any folder where you contain the photo..

    then select the view and go to the Filmstrip.

    After you see the all the photo in the filmstrip ..


    All the best!!

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