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ATPM 7.01
January 2001

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Pauline Krieg · August 13, 2001 - 08:43 EST #1
Why would anyone change Ellis Island with all its rich history to Liberty Island? I didn't know this was done until I answered a quiz question wrong on the location of the Statue of Liberty. My ancestors landed at Ellis Island and now all history books have to be changed to Liberty Island?
Alan Turnis · September 12, 2001 - 22:41 EST #2
Once you put a picture on your desktop, how do you get your destop back to normal with one full picture?
Stephen Johansson · October 27, 2001 - 09:23 EST #3
I absolutely love the Statue of Liberty and World Trade Center, but now I am very sad because the World Trade Center has been crushed by 2 airplanes.
Lee Bennett (ATPM Staff) · October 27, 2001 - 11:11 EST #4
Alan, it sounds as if you may have the tile mode turned on. Are you seeing multiple copies tiled together of the same picture? You can correct this by either using the "position automatically" or "stretch to fit" settings.
Alan Turnis · January 11, 2002 - 12:09 EST #5
I put a picture on my desktop but how do I get it off?
Lee Bennett (ATPM Staff) · January 11, 2002 - 17:15 EST #6
Alan - just go back to the desktop pictures control panel, click on the picture display and then click the 'Remove Picture' button.