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Postby Chuck Melburg » Fri May 14, 2004 8:29 am

To whom it my concern;
I am up in Minn. this weekend and my niece and I are trying to figure out how to post picture on this forum. Could someone please post the correct instructions.
Thank you very much CHUCK MELBURG
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Postby Bigdog » Fri May 14, 2004 8:44 am

Chuck, your pictures need to be on the internet somewhere. Either a photo hosting site or on a personal web page. Once they are there, you can easily link to them. Just open the picture at it's web location. Right click on the picture and select properties. In the drop down menu that appears there is a line / lines titled address (URL). Just highlight the entire text in those lines and copy (control C) them.
Then, when you are typing your message to the forum, place your cursor where you want the picture to appear (like below your text). Then click on the box above the text box that is labled "Img". Img will appear in brackets with the cursor flashing just to the right of it. Paste your picture URL by using Control V. Then click on the words "Close Tags" above the message box and you're done.[/img]
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Postby Chuck Melburg » Fri May 14, 2004 6:24 pm

Big Dog; Thanks for the instructions, we are going to set everything up tomorrow and test it out. Thats going to cost me a new camera. I will be able to send some pictures of my cub that I am going to bring to Cub-arama this year. CHUCK :D
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Joined: Sat Mar 08, 2003 5:41 pm
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