Working with Digital Images
Getting Started (features vary by model)
All windows have three buttons in the upper-right corner. The middle
button is either the Maximize button or the Restore Down button,
depending on the state of the window.
Maximize Expands the window to the full-screen size.
You can connect a digital image source, such as a digital camera or a digital video
camera, to the computer either directly or through a docking station. Digital picture files
that you copy or download from the device appear in the Pictures folder.
Digital cameras and other digital imaging devices use memory cards, or media, to store
digital picture files. You can copy digital picture files from the memory cards used by
digital cameras and other digital imaging devices by using the memory card reader (select
Collapses the window to the taskbar (but does not close it).
To bring the window back up, click the taskbar button with
the name of the window.
Reduces the window from full-screen size, so that it covers
only a portion of the screen.
Closes the window, and stops the program or task.
Resizes a window (not available when window is
maximized). Move your mouse cursor over any window
border until the cursor becomes a double-headed arrow.
Click and hold down the left mouse button. Drag the border
to the left or right to change the width. Drag the border up or
down to change the height.
Appears in a window when the information does not fit on
one screen. Clicking and dragging a vertical scroll bar
moves the screen up and down. Clicking and dragging a
horizontal scroll bar moves the screen left and right.