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saving tubes in PSP8

Posted by Elly1 (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 6, 05 at 20:36

I know I am cheating here, but I really need to know how to save a tube and get it in with my other tubes in PSP8.
I say I am cheating because I am working with Mallory over at the kitchen table. She is working mainly with PSP7, and I know many of you use PSP8. I could find nothing in PSP help about importing/exporting tubes - or when I tried to Google the question - (probably asking it wrong)it seems they need to be in zipped, but I see no option for this when I go to save one. I have included the link where we are supposed to get the tube ....

Here is a link that might be useful: place to get tubes


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RE: saving tubes in PSP8

Elly, they are zipped. There are several ways...this is how I do it.....

Left click on the butterfly tube.
Save file....into a folder.
Right click on the file....
Winzip will give you a choice
Choose..."Extract to here"
That will open it and add it to the folder.
Copy/paste (or drag) the file into...
MY Documents/My PSP8 files/Picture Tubes

That will add it to your PSP 8 tubes, you should be able to open PSP and it will be there.

You can also unzip it right into the picture tubes then delete the zip file. I keep the zip files in case I lose a tube.

Joy


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RE: saving tubes in PSP8

Thank you so much Joy.
Elly


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RE: saving tubes in PSP8

Joy is right...that is the way I do it too. : )


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