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My daughter and I both use Picasa. We have e mailed photos to each other for some years. They have been imprinted in the e mail and also been attachments.When I tried to open atachments on her recent messages the following message appeared:-
C:\Users\DELL\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\ZDRR
This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the Set Association Control Panel.
I have been unable to do this and today have sent a new e mail to my daughter for which I am unable to open attachments, on my sent copy, with the same message appearing.
From your email, it appears that you tried to open a picture from within the email. A better procedure is to download the picture to your computer in the My Pictures area. Then, then next time you open Picasa, the pictures should show up there.
Here’s the video for Receiving a Picture attached to email.
As for the message about not having a program to open those kind of files … try this:
Windows 7 right?
Start -> Default Programs -> Associate a File Type of protocol with a program
Find .JPG in the list of extensions and see if there is a Current Default program. If the program listed is something you don’t have any more, click the ‘Change Program’ in upper right. Then you can choose a photo viewer program.