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First and foremost, Hello to everyone. I am a New Mac user just got my used 667mhz/768 megs of ram/80 gig HD with OS X.3.5 loaded. I have had it running since Fri. the 8th. To sum it up No more pc's for me, back to the question I would like to know how to copy and paste Pics from the web to my pics folder. thanks.
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Contol+click the image (that's right click in Mac World) and copy (or save it).

Good luck with your new G4, I'm sure you'll enjoy it!
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