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Add tags to jpeg images in Vista

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I am right clicking on properties of a number of images I have in the hope of adding tags to help for future searches - cannot seem to find where I can add the tags?!!

I can see tags under the DETAILS tab of properties but does not appear editable?
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I have opened a Windows Explorer view of my Pictures folder, with a number of .gif and jpg screenshots in it.  With the Details pane visible, when I click on an image, there is an entry in the Details pane called Tags and it says Add a tag.  If I click on that "Add a tag", I can type in a tag.
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thanks!
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