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I want to take a photo that was attached to an e=-mail note and place this photo into my adobe program and modify it.  Tried copying to scrapbook and then placing it in adobe with no success.
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Which format has the photo? (.jpg, ... )
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honestly?...the easy way? get the photo viewable in your email and take a screenshot. Command-shift-3....then open the picture that it created in your HD with photoshop and crop the excess junk. thats the easy way.
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