Snipping tool and Send Snip doesn't work ?

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by tijean66, Jan 10, 2009.

  1. tijean66

    tijean66 New Member

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    it ask me to install an email program first but I already installed Windows Live mail ??

    Windows Live Mail is configured for my internet provider and is working fine.

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    iroken22 Extraordinary Member
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    It tells you to go into the default program thing and associate windows live with the default mail program. Click Start>Default Programs Now associate windows live with the default mail program.
     
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    tijean66 New Member

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    thanks but done that already and it didn't work...

    is there other email program that look like Windows mail...

    thanks
     
  4. iroken22

    iroken22 Extraordinary Member
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    How about you just save it to your desktop and then attach it to your email. IT does the same thing just a couple seconds extra.
     
  5. tijean66

    tijean66 New Member

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    hehehehe Done that too !

    I use snipping tool a lot... Windows 7 is suppose to make things faster :)

    Well since I didn't really see any improvement over my Vista.... I was hoping that copying files would be at least faster....As slow as vista....

    I can confirm that removing dual boot is very easy.... just boot Vista and run msconfig....
     
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    The Snipping tool takes a lot of time off having to take a screen shot and then opening it in paint and cropping it to the size you want it.
     

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