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How To Post Pictures In The Forums


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By Shannon - Posted on 04 February 2009

  1. Click on 'Post new Forum topic'.Step 1
  2. Enter the subject of your topic and the body.Step 2
  3. Click on the word File Attachments and the the options for that section should appear below the label.Step 3
  4. Click 'Choose File' and select the image from the next windowStep 4
  5. Click 'Open'
  6. Click 'Attach'Step 6
  7. Give the picture a name in the description box. If you have more pictures, repeat starting at step 4. When you have added all your pictures, click 'Save'Step 7

For the time being, please use these steps to post. If you have any problems whatsoever, please email me shannon at crappie101.com.

Big Papa's picture

Shannon,
My problem is getting the pic's from my blackberry to my PC. Any suggestions? Once I do get them on the PC what next?

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Guys, I am working on a new system to upload pictures. I hope the new system will be easier for our members.  Unfortunately I am a computer nerd and I can lose touch with reality sometimes.  Luckily, Ray tries to keep me in line though.

Thanks for your support  and remember, input is always appreciated guys.

Shannon
Crappie101.com Admin
www.crappie101.com

parrotwalker's picture

Shannon..... do you think Joe Wilson will finally learn how to post pictures? :)

Ray's picture

All I am going to say is it is a good thing Columbus crappiei are not this hard to catch.. Ha Ha

Ray

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Thanks for the information

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