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Export photos from CompanyWeb in SBS 2011

Posted on 2012-04-05
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Hello Folks,

I need to export 30 or so photos in sharepoint companyweb on an SBS 2011 server to a folder I can email to a web designer. Could someone tell me how I could accomplish this?

Thanks!
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Cris Hanna earned 500 total points
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I created a photo library on my companyweb and then looked for an option to export the pics or do a mass download...couldn't find one
You can right click on a pic and chose save pic and put them all in one folder and then zip that up
I know it's long process

Where were the pics upload to company web from?
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by:JohnnyD74
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Thanks Chris:) Unfortunately, the photo source was deleted. Thanks for answering my question
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