JUST RIGHT-CLICK on an image and choose
the "Save image as..." option,
then give the graphic a name. Make sure you are saving to the directory
on your computer that you want to save to, such as My Pictures.
Most of the pictures already have file names that are indicative of the
subject matter and those names will fill in automatically. You can use them, or change them. The TIFs-converted-to-JPGs on Pages 5 and 6 have randomly assigned numbers.
BE AWARE that most of these images
are 72 dpi or 96, which is GREAT for the web (websites, e-mail, PDFs,
etc.) but NOT
high enough resolution for printing. For printing, you need 300 dpi
at least. The TIFs-converted-to-JPGs (Pgs 5 & 6) are mostly 300 dpi. Check
the properties of any image you want to include in a printed publication
to make sure it is high enough resolution to print. You may want to resize
the image. Do experiment.
SUMMARY: ALL of these images
are GREAT for websites, e-mail, PDFs, etc., but only the 300 dpi images
should be put in a publication that is to be printed.
Most of the TIFS-converted-to-JPGs
on Pgs. 5 & 6 are 300 dpi and should print true to the picture.
If you use the
TIFs-converted-to-JPGs in websites, you may want to lower the resolution
to 72 or 96 dpi so that the file is smaller, which will load quicker on
the web. You will notice very little change in quality when lowering an
image's resolution to 72 dpi. MOST of the graphics on the web are 72 dpi.
If you have some clip art or graphics
you'd like to donate to the Cause,
send me an e-mail at
BonnieBlueStaff@comcast.net and I will capture
and make it available. Thanks!