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Re: Iris Greeting card

 double click with left mouse button on icon of the file <1998-hs-CHR.html> opens your Netscape navigator and the content of file. If you would like to keep this picture in directory where you keep iris pictures, click once with right button on icon of file <1998-hs-CHR.jpg>, which opens mouse menu. Choose <Save as...>, appears window  <SAVE AS>. Choose directory in  which  you like save this file  and save it. Now with any program such like Microsoft Photo Editor /if you use  Windows 95 or higher/ you can open. Which <Windows> you use?
Edmundas Kondratas
Kaunas, Lithuania

From: Liliaceae4@aol.com

I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to open MIM files?



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