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Q: I�m building a Web site using FrontPage. There are some images on this one Web site that I want to copy into my own site, but when I right-click on them to save them, a warning pops up telling me I can�t do that. > Allan, Lockport NY
A: First, you should check with the owner of the Web site to make sure it�s OK for you to use their images. We don�t condone illegally copying images. However, once you have their permission, just bring up their page in your browser, and hit the PrintScreen key on your keyboard. You can then paste the image from your clipboard into Microsoft Paint or your favorite graphics editor to manipulate for use on your Web page. We teach this in our FrontPage 101 course.

 

 

 


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