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Old 10-03-2009, 06:23 AM   #1
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If you right-click on an image in IE7, the context menu lists "e-mail picture" right under "save" as option. I don't use the "e-mail picture" option, and if I mistakenly click on it my computer usually locks up. Is there a way to disable or remove the e-mail picture option?

The only other option I use in that menu is "properties" about 1% of the time.

I have googled this many times over the last year, and have never been able to find a solution. (Although I *did* find some posts of others asking the same question). Any help provided would be much appreciated.
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Old 10-03-2009, 09:23 AM   #2
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While I have read the Firefox allows that, IE doesn't (any version).

It is an embedded process within the shell programming apparently.
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OK -- thanks for your reply. I'll probably continue to google this from time to time to see if anyone has a revelation on the subject. It is frustrating that I can make tweaks to modify small irritations, but the things that really torment me cannot be changed. Aaaaarrrrgggggg........
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