SIMPLE CLICK RIGHT MOUSE BUTTON TO PICTURE ON PREVIOUS PAGE AND SET A DESKTOP OR DOWNLOAD IMAGE
To capture an image off the Internet, follow these
Click and hold (Mac) or right mouse click (PC) on on of the images below until a dialog box appears.
If you are using Internet Explorer, select "Download image to disk." If you are using Netscape, select "Save this image as."
A box pops up asking you where you want to save the image to. Navigate to the folder in which you want to keep your images.
If you are working on a Mac, also make sure that the name you choose ends in .jpg (if you are using a PC it will automatically insert this extension for you).
Usually you'll want to rename the image, giving it a name that will make sense to you a few months down the line. In the "Save image as" box, change the name of the picture to the name you have chosen. If you intend to use the image on a web page, make sure there are no spaces in the name you choose.
Click on the "save" button. You now have an identical copy!
Important: Don't steal!
It is unethical to steal images from other people's web pages, just as it is to "steal" their words (plagiarism). If you are using an image for educational or personal purposes it is usually acceptable to copy images off the Internet provided that you state the source of the image. A simple way to do this is to keep a list of the names of the images and the always URLs of the pages from which they came ewerytime!