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Q: Photo Print Wizard files ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Photo Print Wizard files
Category: Computers > Software
Asked by: nanook18-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 10 Nov 2006 20:36 PST
Expires: 10 Dec 2006 20:36 PST
Question ID: 781798
I am looking to delete some picture files that have been automatically
generated while surfing the net. I have recently found images that
were viewed on the internet (IE) to be housed and visible when trying
to print from the Photo Print Wizard. Eventhough my cookies and temp
internet files have been
deleted these images show up whenever printing with the Photo Print
Wizard. I cannot right click these thumbnails to see their properties.
Any ideas on finding these files to erase them?
Subject: Re: Photo Print Wizard files
Answered By: keystroke-ga on 04 Dec 2006 14:23 PST
Hello nanook18,

Thank you for your question.

Click Start, then Find and type *.jpg and then click Search. When you
find the files you want to delete, highlight them and delete them.

Do the same for *.gif and also *.bmp.

The files should now be gone.

If you need any additional clarification, let me know and I'll be glad
to assist you.


Request for Answer Clarification by nanook18-ga on 29 Dec 2006 00:41 PST
I am familiar with searching as you have described and this reveals no
results. I am assuming that there is some type of temporary file
created by the Photo Print Wizard and it is imbedded somewhere where
it is not easy to find. Again, I cannot see a properties when right
clicking on the thumbnail, therefore I cannot see what type of file
extension that it has been given. I know that the original files have
been deleted. However, the Photo Print Wizard still houses and
displays some images, (almost like on a clipboard) which appears to
only be seen when trying to print another image, thereby causing the
Photo Print Wizard to open and reveal the recently viewed images,
which include many recently viewed images from surfing the net. Does
this clarify my question?
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