I think this is because ColorIt uses/needs QuickTime, which may not 
be installed on yr friends' PCs... They need it in order to view the 
'QuickTime JPEGs' that ColorIt saves jpegs as...

>On 25 Dec 02, Scott <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>  I have a small conundrum that you folks may be able to help me with. I e
>>  mailed a holiday picture to some of my family who happen to use 
>>Windows based
>>  computers. Several of them couldn't open the file. It was in a Jpeg format
>>  when I sent it. I use an Epson 500c scanner along with Color It and Graphics
>>  converter to manipulate my pictures. While the end product doesn't 
>>compare to
>>  print film, it's not that bad.
>>  Can any of you folks tell me why my sister can't open the pictures I sent?
>  > AOL's E mail program reads them fine

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