09-06-2016 11:09 PM
09-07-2016 12:38 AM
I tried dragging the pics from the Canon app into my pics folders but it didn't work, no reaction on the side of the app.
Do you happen to know what is the name of the Canon app? Many programs will store the files it downloads under its own directory, which in this case, most likely in C:\Program Files\Canon\Name of App\Pictures ...something like that...worth a try.
09-07-2016 07:40 AM
Just to be clear ...
If you use a card reader, there is no issue of where files are put by default. Each slot on the card reader is automatically assigned a drive letter, and you use standard Microsoft software (e.g., Windows Explorer) to copy the files from the drive that represents the slot that holds the card to any folder you please. There is no sensible reason to overcomplicate this process.
09-08-2016 09:03 PM
09-09-2016 08:01 AM
FW, I am not good at the drag and drop method either, my brain does not get it. I like going to the files and opening them there, until I figure out a better way that I can understand. Still cant send even in Jpeg format cannon says they're too big!
Here's a hint when doing drag & drop in Windows. Use the RIGHT mouse button, instead of the left. Why? If you try it once, the reason will become obvious. No more, "Oops, where did that go?"