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Windows 7: Transferring Paint image to email

26 Aug 2015   #21

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
I suppose that is referring to file types as the 14 defaults that photo viewer is the default viewer of.
You would need to change each file type manually or download a program that will do it for you for the file types it's able to view.
Most will ask you on install if you want it to be the default viewer.

I have no idea how to selectively make live mail default for your needs ?
You want to use it but then again you don't
My point is I want to use Windows Live Mail if it doesn't suddenly open the door to duplication of my emails (in hotmail), so I need to know:-

1. By making WLM my default programme for Paint does it have that unwelcome repercussion (re. duplication of emails from hotmail) or is making WLM the default programme for Paint secluded from this?

2. If it has no unwanted repercussion for duplication for my emails, then, YES, I would like to know how to make WLM my default programme for Paint. I see the section to do this but cannot find a way of activating the process.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
26 Aug 2015   #22

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

Well it's already been posted
Start/ Default programs/ Set your default programs
And also look in this section and confirm Live mail exists and the box is checked,
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