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After logging into Instagram I see several dozen photos posted by another user. Would someone please tell me how I select a particular photo and attach it or embed it into an email message? Thanks. ... batpark


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Are you on a phone? If so what model is it?


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Thanks. My question (how to email a single photo from among an array of Instagram  photos) refers to using Instagram on a W8.1 desktop. ....batpark


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You can use this website to download photos from instagram.com: www.dinsta.com

 

Just go to Instagram.com, find the image you want to download, copy the link (from the address bar at the top of your browser), and paste the link on the dinsta web site. From there you can download the image to your computer and attach it to an email as normal. Let me know if you need help attaching images to emails as well!


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Matt: Great. Thanks. Works fine.

 

That instagram image that I selected and then emailed, its stored on my PC, right? In what folder?

 

FWIW, I am using a W8.1 desktop pc.

 

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Yes, when you clicked the Download button it saved the image to your computer. It will have been saved in whatever your default "downloads" folder is. Usually this is either the "Downloads" folder in your User folder (C:\Users\*Your user name*\Downloads) or possibly on your Desktop. Depending on the web browser you use, you may be able to pull up a history of the files you've downloaded which will show you the exact location the file downloaded to.


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