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Hayguy

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I'm gald that it's not just me, as it seems there are a number of other people who have difficulty getting pictures posted. even my computer literate children say that it's quite a bit more difficult than other sites. Is there an easier way to do this?
 

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After you have uploaded your picture(s) to a photo hosting site, (photobucket, for example), just copy the IMG code line (red arrow) and paste it into the body of your message. Pic should be sized to about 640x480 for message boards.
 

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Bruce said:
How do you "size" the picture?? :(

When you set up a photobucket account, I think you can choose your upload size. I think some photo editing software allows you to do it. There are some online pic resizers too. Windows XP had a picture resizer, but Windows 7 doesn't seem to.
 

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ranch77rocket said:
Bruce said:
How do you "size" the picture?? :(

When you set up a photobucket account, I think you can choose your upload size. I think some photo editing software allows you to do it. There are some online pic resizers too. Windows XP had a picture resizer, but Windows 7 doesn't seem to.

Thank's rocket, I will look for it next time I'm on photobucket. If I don't find it someone will get agravated enough with my 2 page photo's to walk me through it :lol:
 

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ranch77rocket said:
Bruce, I just looked at my account. After logging in, go to Account Settings>Album Settings>View Upload Options. You can set your upload size from there.

Thank's again!! That look's like even I could do it.........when my 10 yr old son happen's to be around LoL I thought he might get swell headed showing his ol Dad how to work the computer, but he's been real good about it, seem's to just kinda take it for granted that old people are kinda slow!!
 

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Yes Thank-you. my kids are a little older and much to important to actually teach the old man anything :lol: in their defence though i'm not a very patient learner. :wink:
 

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Yes Thank-you. my kids are a little older and much to important to actually teach the old man anything :lol: in their defence though i'm not a very patient learner. :wink:

LoL sorry I kinda hi-jacked your thread Hayguy!!!
Not sure if this is what you mean, but I've had a few people who are realy good on the computer try to show me stuff......and they just lost me!!!
The boy is just learning on them at school so he can show me as he learn's and it seem's to work! I got this thing cause I had to for work and I'll tell ya there was blue in the air after he showed me how to "click and drag" when I'd been trying to "tell" the darn thing what I wanted to move and where :oops: copy and paste same thing....ya it's easy when someone show's you how.....try figureing it out on you own!!!
Sorry I kinda "went off" there.....it's a touchy subject! LoL
 

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Bruce said:
hayguy said:
Yes Thank-you. my kids are a little older and much to important to actually teach the old man anything :lol: in their defence though i'm not a very patient learner. :wink:

LoL sorry I kinda hi-jacked your thread Hayguy!!!
Not sure if this is what you mean, but I've had a few people who are realy good on the computer try to show me stuff......and they just lost me!!!
The boy is just learning on them at school so he can show me as he learn's and it seem's to work! I got this thing cause I had to for work and I'll tell ya there was blue in the air after he showed me how to "click and drag" when I'd been trying to "tell" the darn thing what I wanted to move and where :oops: copy and paste same thing....ya it's easy when someone show's you how.....try figureing it out on you own!!!
Sorry I kinda "went off" there.....it's a touchy subject! LoL

:agree: with everything you say

and don't ever worry about hi-jacking my threads,i'm just here to learn no matter what the subject, or where it goes

:lol:
 

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hayguy said:
Yes Thank-you. my kids are a little older and much to important to actually teach the old man anything :lol: in their defence though i'm not a very patient learner. :wink:

I can relate . . . :?
 

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