We've gathered together a selection of shots from
across Norfolk and made them into wallpaper for you!
Simply pick which part of Norfolk you'd like adorning
your desktop and follow the instructions below to save them as wallpaper
on your computer.
These pictures have been kept at high quality so
you can enjoy them at there best, so please be a little patient
as they take that bit longer to download.
Do you have picture that you'd like to contribute
to our wallpaper selection?
E-mail it as a high quality jpeg to email@example.com
- it must be at least 1024x768 pixels and remember to tell us who
you are and where the picture was taken.
By contributing material to
the BBC Norfolk website, you agree to the BBC's standard
Terms and Conditions relating to user contributions.
1. Find out how big your screen is. Shrink your
browser window and click with the right mouse button on an empty
piece of desktop. A pop-up menu should appear. Select 'Properties'.
A box will appear with tabs across the top. Select the 'Settings'
tab and on the right-hand side of the box, it should say 'Desktop
Area' and tell you how big your screen resolution is.
2. Come back to this webpage. Click on the PC link
above that is the same size as your screen. For screens bigger than
1024x768 use the 1024x768 option. The picture should now load in
3. Click on the picture with your right mouse button
and a menu will appear. Select the 'Set As Wallpaper' option.
4. Click on the 'back' button in your browser to
return to this page.
1. Find out how big your screen is. Click on the
Apple menu, then select 'Control Panels > Monitors & Sound'. A window
will appear telling you how big the resolution of your screen is.
2. Come back to this webpage. Click on the link
above that's the same size as your screen, hold the mouse button
down so that a menu appears. Netscape users select 'Save this link
As...' and Internet Explorer Users select 'Download Link to Disk'.
Save the file to your desktop.
3. Move the downloaded wallpaper file (?????.jpg)
into your wallpapers directory. First time users make a directory
at the top level of your hard disk called 'Wallpapers' and move
4. Click on the Apple menu, then select 'Control
Panels > Desktop Pictures'. A window will appear. On the left-hand
side hit the 'Picture' button. On the right-hand side hit the 'Select
If you have a 'Remove Picture' button instead of
a 'Select Picture' button hit this and your current desktop wallpaper
will be removed, the 'Select Picture' button will now appear. A
file selector box will appear, choose your wallpapers directory
and then the wallpaper file (??????.jpg). Hit open followed by 'Set