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    User account picture

    My brother has a Windows 7 computer and would like have a picture of the New England Patriots instead of one of the user account default pictures
    --- If I find a picture that he likes, is it possible to add it into the user accounts selections.
    Come to think of it I'd like to find a computer picture so I guess I'd like to do the same thing

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    Cmptrgy,

    Here's the Official MS Way! HTH
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    So all we have to do is find a picture we want and get it into the pictures folder and then use it as a user account picture
    Makes sense to me.

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    cmptrgy,

    Actually you can place the picture anywhere you want so long as you know where so you can browse to it. Personally, I keep a folder called Customizations where I keep anything that is custom to my machine, e.g. Account Picture, List of installed programs, registry hacks, etc. And I have one for each of my machines as I copy the entire Documents folder from machine to machine when I move from Desktop to Laptop for travel, etc. HTH
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