Hopefully one of you learned people will know this straight off as unfortuantely I do not.
Wife has XP at work and is trying to find the file she uses as wallpaper/background so that she can select it and get it printed off.
Unfortunately I am trying to assist by long distance and I have Windows 2000 and therefore am not much use. Tried right click etc (which works on my system as Active desktop shows file) but no luck with XP apparently.
Could someone please assist in identifying how to ID the file location so that she can grab it.
As missingit says the default ones are in C:\Windows\Web\Wallpaper But the ones which I have added are just in the main C:\Windows folder. Try looking for Bitmap Image as the file type.
Also if you right click anywhere on the desktop and then properties you will get a Display Properties popup box. Click on Desktop within Display Properties and you should get the name of the wallpaper in the backgrounds list which will allow you to do a search for it.
Right Click the Image > Select "Open with" > with any luck you have a choice of programs there > chose one > If it doesn't open in that chose another > repeat until you find one that it does > When you are satisfied with the chosen program > repeat the Right Click > select that Program again > Click the little box that says something like "Always open with this"