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woodworks

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I hope I'm in the correct place to get help on this subject.
I have several Microsoft Powerpoint Slide Shows that have
been sent to me over time. I would like to copy some of the
pictures from them and make them into still pictures for my
desktop and to make my own screen savers. Can anyone here tell
me if that is possible and if so, how to do it?
Thank you to anyone who can help me.
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right click on the picture in the powerpoint presentation (when you've got it open for editing in powerpoint) and choose "save image"
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It won't allow me to do that. I right click and it gives me other options except to copy, delete, or anything to do with saving.
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you have the slide show open for editing inside of powerpoint right?

if you right click on something that's a picture you should see "save as picture" (underneath hyperlink in powerpoint 2003)
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Hmm. I don't see any way of opening it up to edit. I click on powerpoint and all it does is have me open a file. i don't see any editing anywhere around.
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OK, Now I see what your talking about. I had opened it with the viewer and not the other. Thank you for clearing that up for me. I also found how to do it by the print screen button while in the viewer.
Thank you very much for your help. At least now I know how to open them up to edit them. You have been very helpful. You can close this topic. And thanks again.
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