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[attachment=0:1wma9xf1]Pinckneyville 2010 004.jpg[/attachment:1wma9xf1] Let's see if this works
 

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OK. What I did was e mail the photo to myself. Computer ask if I want smaller size for easier email. Sent it as an attachment. Save attachment and it uploads easily
 

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Ron I just loaded photo directly from my documents. I'm in a no man's land here for high speed service, Can't afford cost of wireless so dial up is what I have to deal with
 
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Ron I just loaded photo directly from my documents. I'm in a no man's land here for high speed service, Can't afford cost of wireless so dial up is what I have to deal with
Understood. Though with the settings it will resize as the load directly from your documents. Either way, as long as you found a way to "Get r Done", its all good.
 

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4imnotright said:
Ron I just loaded photo directly from my documents. I'm in a no man's land here for high speed service, Can't afford cost of wireless so dial up is what I have to deal with
Understood. Though with the settings it will resize as the load directly from your documents. Either way, as long as you found a way to "Get r Done", its all good.
I use photobucket also, But this way is a whole lot faster loading than using photo bucket. I'll remember this when I use it. Thanks Steve
 
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