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Hi Fellow Mac Users,
I wondered if someone could answer a question for me.
I recently recieved my new G4 Powerbook and am really enjoying exploring OS/X.
My question has to do with saving pictures from a web page from the internet to my hard drive.
On Windows XP all I would have to do to save a picture from a web page is to do a right click on the pic and click "save picture as".
What would I have to do to do the same in OS/X?
When I click on "File">"Save As" in Safari, I can only save the whole (HTML) page and not the picture alone.
Can anyone tell me how to save a picture alone, without the page?
Thanks!
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You can Ctrl + Click on the image and hit Save Image As.

Or the quicker way is to just drag the image into the folder you want to save it to

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Wow trpnmonkey41, thanks!
Both methods you mentioned worked fine. I was just looking for a way to save some pics to use as wallpapers and am happy now.
Thanks again.
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Glad you got it working. Enjoy

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