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FREE Bowhunting.net Wallpaper

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Other Bowhunting Wallpaper
If you have Windows 3.1 or Windows 95, here are three Bowhunting Wallpapers for your boot up screen. The are full screen JPG's, but are small files so they won't take up much of your computers memory, or be too long to download. The scenes are all real and were taken on actual hunts: INSTRUCTIONS
Windows 95, 98 & NT: Click on the scenes and select the ones (s) you want. Click on the picture with your RIGHT mouse button (or the opposite button that you normally use). Select SET AS WALLPAPER. Zap, it's done. With Windows 95 you can also save it in Control Panel and give it a name.

Windows 3.1+: To download the free bowhunting.net wallpaper using Windows 3.1 and a Netscape or compatible browser

  1. Go to the Wallpaper Scene you want to download (from the list above).
  2. Position the mouse cursor in the image
  3. Click and HOLD DOWN the RIGHT mouse button
  4. A small menu will appear. Still holding the right button down, drag the mouse cursor to "Set As Wallpaper".
  5. When the cursor Highlights "Set As Wallpaper" release the right mouse button.
  6. The image is now saved in your C:\WINDOWS directory and will appear on your monitor. If you are using Netscape, the Wallpaper file will be called "Netscape.bmp". Other browsers may give it other names.
To keep it permanently, go to File Manager and Rename it so that you will not over-write it the next time you download an image for wallpaper. Name it anything you want, as long as it uses the ".bmp" extension, and you leave it in C:\WINDOWS. It can then be selected as wallpaper at any time from the Windows "Desktop" screen of the Control Panel program available in your "Main" Program Group.

If you want, you can also go back now and download the rest of the images on the list. Just remember to complete all 6 steps for each, so you don't lose any of the images you fetch.

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