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PostSubject: Customising the Desktop   Mon Jul 30, 2007 1:28 pm

Customizing the Desktop Background
Note : Unlike Windows XP, Windows Vista does not support the use of HTML fi les as desktop backgrounds.

You can perk up any desktop with a background image. You can center an image on the
desktop, stretch an image to fill, or repeat any image as many times as necessary to fill
the space. Your background can be supplied by a graphics file in any of several common
formats: bitmap (.bmp or .dib extension), Graphics Interchange Format (.gif), Joint
Photographic Experts Group (.jpg or.jpeg), or Portable Network Graphics (.png).

To select a background, right-click the desktop, choose Personalize from the shortcut menu, and then click Desktop Background.
The Picture Location in the Choose A Desktop Background dialog box provides a selection of useful categories.
The Windows Wallpapers category itself is divided into several image categories.
You might want to maximize the dialog box to get a better look at the offerings.
If you get tired of the wallpaper selections that come with Windows, you can always use your own pictures instead.

Note : Unlike Windows XP, Windows Vista does not support the use of HTML fi les as desktop backgrounds.



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