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SharePoint foundation Pictures Library

Posted By:      Posted Date: May 22, 2011    Points: 0   Category :C#

I have SharePoint 2010 installed .. I'm working with documents library and that works fine and by labels I can filtre my documents to find the document I want but I have created a pictures library and I have uploaded my pictures But I can't search for pictures ! Can someone help me ? Maybe explain me how I can do that ? I used keywords and that didn't help .. maybe another solution ? someone who can tell me if is that possible ? I want just to search for pictures by name, title or keywords ??

I hope there's someone who can help me .. Thank youuuuuuuu

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