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I want to try a few jpg files on the Windows 3.11 desktop.  How do I do this?  I have the files on floppy and I can do it on Windows 95 and set them to wallpaper by right mouse clicking.  Is there a way I can set the jpg to wallpaper for a win 3.11 OS?
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With 3.11 it is impossible to use any other format than BMP for a wallpaper. You need to convert the JPG to a Windows BMP with an appropriate program, then you can set it as wallpaper.

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