Net 2.5 You can also use other painting applications to import or export images. In PhotoShop, click the ‑‥‖File ‐ ‐Paste Drag and drop an image file and then select the Edit menu A dialog window appears that allows you to set the image. Make sure the file type is the image type that you want to use. For my current project, image was JPG, then I set the compression. The result looks like: 3 Ways to copy an image using Winamp and PS To copy an image in the windows command prompt, go to the C:\Windows\System32\Windows PowerShell\v1.0\Modules\ directory. Search for the following entry: Winamp and use the Get-Item cadet Get-Content \Windows\System32\Windows PowerShell\v1.0\Modules\ Find the Get-Item cadet. You should see a path similar to: PS C:\WINDOWS\System32\Windows PowerShell\v1.0\Modules\c:\Windows You can see the contents in the c:\windows directory. Copy the contents of this directory under C:\ in the Winamp\ImageModule\Winamp. In Windows Audio Recorder (Ware), select the ‑‖ImageFile‐. After saving the image as a PSD file, you can then import it into your favorite photo software. How To Copy An Image To A Photo Editing Program From a Flushable Zip File?.
Hi I'm Debbie Dalrymple and today I'm going to show you how to put a photo from Photoshop in the Microsoft Word document you can't directly put a picture from Photoshop into Word as Photoshop saves PSD files however you can use the save as function in Photoshop which works the same as it does in any other program files save as and then choose the type jpg and give your file a name I've done that with a graphic and now I'm going to show you how to put that graphic into word once you have the file that you've saved as a JPEG using Photoshop you'll go into word and click in your document where you'd like that picture to appear then click on the insert ribbon and choose pictures then navigate to the location where you saved the Photoshop file click on the name of the file and click insert that photo that you had in Photoshop is now a picture in your word document you can use the corners of those pictures to drag to change the size and you can use the four-sided arrow to drag to move it around and that's how you put your Photoshop photo in Microsoft Word.