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How do you start the camera for taking pics on Windows 7 MSoffice

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by duffyri, Mar 16, 2010.

  1. duffyri

    duffyri Flightless Bird

    I stumbled upon it once and was able to take a pic. Now I can't seem to find
    the camera option. Any ideas? It's windows 7 on a HP Pavilion.
     
  2. Bob I

    Bob I Flightless Bird

    Tried looking up snapshot in Windows help?

    duffyri wrote:
    > I stumbled upon it once and was able to take a pic. Now I can't seem to find
    > the camera option. Any ideas? It's windows 7 on a HP Pavilion.
    >
     
  3. dgmacmi

    dgmacmi Flightless Bird

    "duffyri" <duffyri@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:EA6F9320-805F-4F82-8D8C-1EDD49DAC632@microsoft.com...
    > I stumbled upon it once and was able to take a pic. Now I can't seem to
    > find
    > the camera option. Any ideas? It's windows 7 on a HP Pavilion.
    >


    I am not sure of your exact question.

    If you just want to copy a section of your desktop, Windows 7 includes a
    Snipping Tool for that task.

    However, you posted "start the camera". The HP Pavilion should have a built
    in web camera. If your question is how to start the web camera, you should
    check you computer documentation and/or look for web manager application.
    If you start typing web camera in the Start, Search text box, Windows 7
    Search should return several web camera choices. Mine returns Dell Webcam
    Center and Dell Webcam Manager. Yours should return similar HP
    applications. In any case not an Office problem.

    Don
     

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