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Moving right along, how do you go about opening an image?
Well, all you have to do to open an image inside Photoshop for example is just double click it. Either double click in the preview or double click in the thumbnail, anything, either way should work.
If you want to open the image inside of a different application, right click on the file in order to produce a pop up menu of options, then you choose open with, and choose the application you want from the open with submenu, okay?
Other things that you can do with images, other ways to manage the images on your hard drive, one thing you can do is delete an image. If I just press the Delete key, it is going to ask me if I really want to move this item to the trash. And if I never want to see this again, I can just click do not show again, and then click yes in order to move it to the trash.
I do not want to move it. So, I will just say no.
You can also drag items to this little trash can icon over here.
If you want to move an image to a different folder, just drag the thumbnail to the folder to which you want to move it, and if you want to copy the image to a different folder, before you release the mouse button, press and hold the option key on the Mac, those you get this little plus (+) icon, and on the PC, press and hold the Alt key, and then release the file. And that goes ahead and copies the image to this other folder.
So, I just got done copying this train image into the Lesson 4 folder.
You can do whatever you want. You can copy image up, down, sideways, move them anywhere you want, and that is how you accomplished that. And those are standard permanent changes that you are making to a file, just as if you are working at the finder level on the Mac where the desktop level on the PC.