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-- Cristiana Assumpcao (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 15, 1998
Does anyone know how to deal with the Quick 200 digital camera? I managed to take pictures and install the program, but when I tried to download the pictures, the computer said it didn't recognize the camera... and before you ask, yes, I did connect both ends of the serial cable!!! Well, if anyone has any tips, great. I've been able to figure a lot out by myself, but it's been kind of slow. So... if anyone can help...
-- Cristiana Assumpcao (email@example.com), October 23, 1998.
I managed to download and print the pictures, but I still have to learn how to use Adobe Photoshop. What I'd like help with, though, if any one can tell me, how do I put the pictures into a Kid Pix presentation? Can I save it to a report the students are making using Student Writing Center? I appreciate any help. I've been reading manuals like crazy, but haven't had time to figure it all out.
-- Cristiana Assumpcao (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 10, 1998.
It's been a long time since the last time i have used the digital camera so i can't remember the steps. Be sure though where you save the pictures. The easiest way is to save them on the desktop. Also there is a button at the camera that should be turned on the "acquire" (or something like that) when you are trying to open the pictures. I don't remember well but i do remember that you have to change something on the camera. i know i haven't been very helpful. sorry. Why don't you ask Howi Budin . he is very familiar with the use of digital cameras and he is always willing to help.
-- Chrystalla Mouza (email@example.com), October 23, 1998.
Cristiana, It's very easy to use the pictures in a kid pix presentation. You just "import" the pictures from the place they are saved. Kid Pix is a very user friendly application. We can meet sometime up to the department if you want and figure it out. I am available Thursday before 3 and Friday after 12. I didn't understand why you want to use photoshop, just to modify the pictures?
-- Chrystalla Mouza (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 11, 1998.
We need a digital camera and the software that comes with it for downloading the pictures on the computer. We need it on Thurday so i have to pick it up on Wednsday from ILT. We need tha camera to get a picture of the class to send along with the introductory interviews that students wrote and also to get a picture of the drawing we will select for the T-shirt.
-- Chrystalla Mouza (email@example.com), November 13, 1998.
I need to get several copies of Adobe Photoshop for Mr. Buzzeo and his music students in the design layout group who will be creating the graphics for the school's web site. I would like to have the application before I go to my internship on wed Nov 25. This message is really for Josh or Christiana. However, if the rest of you guys know where I can download it off the Internet with the program's fully functional capabilitites, please let me know. I would greatly appereciate it.
-- Lori Ann Butler (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 19, 1998.