There is an easy way to view each scene much larger than the expanded view, almost actual size. 

  • Bring up the expanded view of the selected scene.   (sample button)
  • You cannot save the view with the stock number, you must use the expanded view.
  • At the top left of your browser there is the word File, click here
  • On the drop down menu there is Save As, click here
  • You are prompted for a place on your hard drive to save the file. Find or create a folder to put the image file into.
  • Use the default file name (like MT-WSKL-93M.jpg) and be sure the . jpg is at the end. AOL users may loose part of the name. This is ok as long as the name is different for each file saved and . jpg is on the end.
  • These files are not copyrighted for PC save so save away.  Limited copyright details
  • Click on Save
  • Minimize your browser
  • Find the file just saved and double click on it.
  • If it doesn't open you may have to find imaging or paint programs that come with most PCs under Accessories and open it through there. If no application will open it, imaging software to open jpeg files are readily available and almost free. Jpeg files (.jpg) are the most common high resolution photo images for the internet. Once a jpeg file is opened, all jpeg files will open the same way.
  • Once the file is open, use the magnifying glass with + to enlarge, with - to make smaller.
  • Expand as large as you need, or reverse.
  • Put scenes together end to end.
  • Check objects for scale size
  • Copyright free does not include using for a printed backdrop.  Limited copyright details
  • This makes for a poor quality print and violates copyright.

    Multiple images for continued scenes and Transitions

    • Open an expanded scene in the 1st browser window.
    • Leave the browser open and current expanded scene on your screen.
    • Open another browser. Go to Start or your desktop and open a second browser window the same way as the first.
    • Log on to Backdrop Warehouse and go to a scene the same way as you did for the first scene.
    • Each browser window will operate independently of the other.
    • Using the double sided horizontal arrow at the left edge border of the 2nd browser (now on top of the 1st), reduce the window to half the right side of your screen.
    • Find the right edge border of the 1st browser window and pull it left to fill the left half of your screen. You can use the _ at the top right of your screen to minimize the 2nd window to expose the 1st window.
    • When the 1st window is on the left half and the 2nd window is on the right half, use the scroll bars to adjust each image so that the right side of 1 is next to the left of 2.