The Image toolbar and the Automatic Image Resizing feature are active in Internet Explorer 6 By default. You can put out of action the Image toolbar and the Automatic Image Resizing feature by applying the Advanced tab of the Internet Options dialog box, or a corporate administrator can perform so by operating the Administration Kit of Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6.0. Web page authors can also put out of action the Image toolbar for whole Web pages or each image on a Web page.
You can employ the Image toolbar in Internet Explorer to rapidly and without difficulty to save pictures, print pictures, and send pictures in e-mail messages or sight every one of your saved pictures in the My Pictures folder. The Image toolbar become visible to give you with immediate right of entry to My Pictures functions after you tip to pictures in Internet Explorer.
Always remember that The Image toolbar does not come into view for all images. The image has to be at least 200 by 200 pixels and not fraction of an image map or a background image. Web page authors can also put out of action the Image toolbar for images that are entrenched in a Web page. Image Toolbar Does not become visible Over Image in Internet Explorer. The Image toolbar comprises buttons to save an image, print an image, propel an image in an e-mail message, or open the My Pictures folder.
You should always remember that The Image toolbar commands are also obtainable when you press the application key in some image, even if the Image toolbar is not presented for the image. Select Save Picture As, E-mail Picture, Print Picture, or Go to My Pictures, to use the Image toolbar commands after you right-click an image.
How to Activate or Deactivate the Image Toolbar
1. Press your arrow keys to choose Internet Options on the Tools menu in Internet Explorer.
2. Press spacebar to check the Enable Image Toolbar (requires restart) check box to activate it On the Advanced tab.
3. Press enter on the OK button to apply the settings.
Automatic Image Resizing
Automatic resizing manages pictures in shape if you open them exactly that are too big to show in your browser window. You do not require scrolling horizontally or vertically to sight large pictures with this feature. As well, Internet Explorer automatically regulates the pictures to fit the new window size if you sight pictures that fit within the browser window and then alter it. Internet Explorer also regulates both the picture height and width (even if only a single dimension requires adjusting) to prevent image distortion.
Please remember that Automatic Image Resizing only works for images that are open in Internet Explorer. You cannot resize the Images that are entrenched in a Web page.
The Automatic Image Resizing icon emerges in the lower-right part of any picture that resized to suit in the browser window. Click the Automatic Image Resizing icon in the lower-right part of the picture to enlarge a resized picture to its previous size or resize the image to fit in the browser window.
How to Activate or deactivate Automatic Image Resizing
1. Press your arrow keys to choose Internet Options on the Tools menu In Internet Explorer.
2. Press spacebar to check the Enable Automatic Image Resizing check box to activate it on the Advanced tab.
3. Press enter on OK to accept the settings.