[access-uk] Re: Sending pictures in OE

Thanks Peter - will have a play with this too.

Andy
----- Original Message ----- From: "Peter Logue" <peterlogue@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, August 20, 2005 4:20 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Sending pictures in OE



If you know the name of the graphic or know the text of its alt attribute,
you can do the following.
Open the sourse of the html page and copy it into Wordpad. Do a search and
find the string of text related to the picture whither its alt text or the
name of the picture. You might find something like:
<p align="center"><img
src="http://www.sightconnections.com/Peter_July2004.jpg"; width="175"
height="275" alt="Photo of Peter Logue.">


Once you've located this line, copy  only the text of that line beginning
from, http, and end at  jpg.
For instance:
http//www.sightconnections.com/Peter_July2004.jpg
Copy that into the address bar of IE. What you will get now is Internet
Explorer with nothing on the page but that picture. You can now save that
picture.

Hope this has at least led you in the right direction.

Peter

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