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    Posting pictures.

    Hi Folks;

    I want to post a couple of pictures of pieces I have done. But don't have an idea of how to go about it. Any help would be good to me.

    Thanks

    Joe

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    Joe, normally I would point you to the stick post on photo posting...here....but the link doesn't seem to work for me. Help Admin guru's!
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    Go below the typing area of the post page. Click on "Manage Attachments"
    under "Additional options". Browse to locate the directory on your computer where photos are stored. When your done, click "Upload". If the photos are the proper file size, you will see it listed below the browse section. Exit that screen and hit "Submit Reply" and Viola!!! Your famous!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bower View Post
    Joe, normally I would point you to the stick post on photo posting...here....but the link doesn't seem to work for me. Help Admin guru's!
    It's working for me, Jeff.

    And here's a direct link to the tutorial...
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    Hmmmm....works for me now too.
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    I will be posting some pieces soon.

    Thanks guys. I have gone over the links and downloaded the pixresizer program.

    Thanks again.


    Joe

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