Using your browser you can save photos to disk to view them later. You can also save them to a floppy disk which you can carry around with you. This lets you view and print photos on another computer with a better display or printer, or just show them to a friend. A standard 3-1/2 inch floppy disk can hold about 20 4x6 photos or 60 wallet size photos!
Go to the page which shows the photo you want to save. Now, load just the photo without the border. To do this you must have the location (address) bar active at the top of the browser window. Replace the "htm" at the end of the filename with "jpg". (To do this click in the location bar just to the right of the "htm", the text edit cursor appears, backspace 3 times to delete "htm" and type in "jpg") Hit "Enter". Just the picture should appear. If your browser will not let you do this then you must do a File|Open Location and type in the complete name which appears in the Location Bar, replacing the "htm" with "jpg".
Now you can save the photo to disk. Click on File on the top white menu. A pop-up menu will appear. Click on Save As and a file selection menu will appear. Make sure that your hard drive or floppy drive is selected. Floppy drives are usually A: or B:. For floppy drives make sure to put a blank disk in the drive. Click on OK and you're done. Make sure to wait for the light on the floppy drive to go out before you remove the disk.
For Microsoft Internet Explorer select File, then Open then Open File. You will now be at the file selection menu. Select files type .JPG from the file type menu, select the drive and directory where you stored the photo files, and you should see a list of the ones you saved.
For Netscape Navigator select File, then Open File. You are now in the file selection menu. Type "*.jpg" in the filename window and select the drive and directory where you put the files.
Double click on a file and the browser will bring it up on screen. You can then view or print it without incurring connect time charges.
You can also view and print the photo files with any browser which supports .jpeg or .jpg files. The QuickTime Picture Viewer supplied with the Apple QuickTime Movie Viewer is an example.
You may want to print this web page for reference later.