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I know many of the people looking @ this thread will prob get mad at this question but im new so Imma thank everyone for their support with me....

Im new to mac and I cant figurue out for the life of me how to copy and paste a photo from the web... I found an image that i wanted to keep for myself and i dunno how to copy it and where to paste it to save for myself.

Any ideas ?
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click on it and drag it to your desktop, or wherever.

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Wow seriously ? I cant belive i didnt try that !!
I was trying to save it to iphoto but then it turned up black...
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Yes, in Safari it's that easy.

Another method just in case is Right click on the image and click Save As and then select where you wanted it saved.

I do prefer just clicking on the image and dragging it to the desktop. So easy.
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So easy i love it
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