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Here is a bullet point list of the steps:

1.  Create your picture and save it on your computer as an image file (perhaps using a facility in the software used to generate the picture, or using the Windows snipping tool, or some other such tool).

2.  Within the Answer box select the icon to the far right of the Formatting ribbon (looks like a picture of a mountain range?).

3. At the top of the window that appears is a button for selecting the Tiny Pic Upload Service. Click and this and another window appears in which you can select Choose file.  

4. Select Choose file and browse to your saved image.

5.  Select it and click on Upload Now.  The file will be uploaded and a URL will appear in a box near the bottom of the window (if you've a big picture you might have to scroll down to see this).

6.  Select the URL and copy it.  There is a button that says Click to copy, however, this doesn't always seem to work, so I copy using Ctrl_C.

7.  Close the Tiny Pic window and paste the URL into the Image URL box (fill in the other boxes as appropriate if you like)

8.  Close the image upload window and you should find your picture in the Answer box. 

 

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Melody  Apr 30, 2014

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hi all especially Alan.

I just put this on a new thread of its own because I have referenced this thread in the sticky topic

"information pages worth keeping or developing".  I don't want this one to get lost.

Thanks again Alan.

Before, I tried to use a web address that had already been created and i couldn't get that to work.  Does it have to be created via tiny pic?  I'll try again.

Melody  Apr 30, 2014
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hi all especially Alan.

I just put this on a new thread of its own because I have referenced this thread in the sticky topic

"information pages worth keeping or developing".  I don't want this one to get lost.

Thanks again Alan.

Before, I tried to use a web address that had already been created and i couldn't get that to work.  Does it have to be created via tiny pic?  I'll try again.

Melody  Apr 30, 2014
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Thanks, Alan....I've been wondering how to do this. This is really a nice thing to be able to do when answering a "picture" type question....I'll give it a try and see how it works..

CPhill  Apr 30, 2014
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I can't upload any images anymore. Can you help me upload an image?

DragonSlayer554  Aug 1, 2014
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Go to this thread for new people

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/information-for-new-people

And find How to upload an image in there!

Melody  Aug 2, 2014

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