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Usually you remove a desktop wallpaper by simply loading another wallpaper on top of it. A few of ours visitors have accidentally installed a wallpaper as a 'desktop item' rather than wallpaper. Getting rid of a desktop item is considerably trickier. Here are the instructions how to remove one:
Go to 'Display Properties' and open 'Desktop' tab
click on 'Customize Desktop' link at the bottom of the window
open 'Web tab' and you should see the image you have accidentally added as desktop item listed under 'Web pages'.
The item should already be checked and all you need to do is click on 'delete' button on the left.
iPad resolution is 1024 by 768, so for best results, select that size if several sizes exist for the image you are looking at.
When you have found an image you want use, tap and hold it until a menu for "Save Image" and "Copy" comes out. Pick "Save Image" and the photo will be saved in your "Saved Photos" location.
Then select the "Settings" icon from Homepage and tap it. You'll see a list of options on the left side. Select "Brightness & Wallpaper." Tap that and it will bring up a "Wallpaper" box showing your "Home Screen" on the left and your "Lock Screen" on the right. Click on that box and you'll bring up a list of images to choose from.
You can also use your PC/Mac to save the images and using sync to bring them to your iPad.
Tap and hold on the picture you want to save. A menu will pop up, tap the "Save Image" button.
Tap on the Photos (sunflower) icon on your iPhone and find the directory where you saved the wallpaper graphic. (If you saved a picture via email or directly from the web, it will be in your Camera Roll folder.)
View your chosen image, tap it, then click on the box with arrow icon on the bottom left of your screen. A menu will pop up, click the "Use as Wallpaper" option. From there, you can move and scale the photo as desired. When you're happy with how it looks, click the "Set" button.
You can also use your PC/Mac to save the images and using sync to bring them to your iPhone.