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saving jpegs from web pages using IE6

By baegis ·
Had a problem with my Outlook 2000 so I decided to reinstall it. This worked and fixed my problem but created another in Internet Explorer.????
When I try to save a picture from a web page to my computer it only gives me the option of untitled andin BMP format. It no longer picks up the name of the picture or that it is in jpg format.
What happened, how do I fix it again.
I have reinstalled IE6 to no effect. ??? Clicked on reset web settings button still no effect.?????

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by DKlippert In reply to saving jpegs from web pag ...

Take a look at this article. Type the Q number in the search box of technet.microsoft.com. The first and second workarounds appear to be a more likely solution.

Internet Explorer Does Not Save Graphics Files in the Proper Format

Q260650

WORKAROUND
You can use any one of three methods to work around this issue.

Workaround for Cause 1
To resolve, delete the temporary internet files by selecting Tools, Options, General tab and select the Delete Files button.

Workaround for Cause 2
To workaround, uncheck "Do not save encrypted pages to disk" from Tools, Options, Advanced Tab. Then select View, Refresh to reload the page.

Workaround for Cause 3

Method 1
1. Open the Temporary Internet Files directory and locate the image that you attempted to save.
2. Right click the image and click Open .
3. When the image loads into Internet Explorer, right click the image and click Save Picture As . The correct file type and name should be correct.

Method 2
1. Type in the direct path to the image that you wish to save.
2. When the image loads into Internet Explorer, right click the image and select Save Picture As . The correct file type and name should be correct.

Method 3
You can also save the filein BMP format, and then covert the file to the desired file format using a graphics editor.

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by baegis In reply to saving jpegs from web pag ...

Deleting temp internet files seemed to have worked. Have 3gig reserved for it. Did not realise so full.

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