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Image & File Upload Instructins

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For those users who are unsure as to how to upload jpg images and other files, here is a quick demo.

Add animage(s) to your post

- On the Post New Topic page, click the insert image icon. A popup window will appear.

- Click the 'browse' button and choose the jpg from your local hard drive.

- Click 'upload'. Ensure your chosen image is under 500kb in size or it will be rejected.[you can check this by right clicking/click properties].

- It will appear in the preview window if successful.

- If successful, click OK.
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- To insert another image simply start-over by clicking theInsert Image icon again.


Add a file(s) to your post [jpg, pdf, doc, txt etc]


'File Upload' will show a file as a clickable link in your post. You can also upload a jpg image with the'file upload' function, this is handy when you wish to show a list of clickable links to jpg images rather than displaying many images in one post which is what the'Insert Image' icon does.

- On the Post New Topic page, click the File Upload icon. A popup window will appear.

- Click the 'browse' button and choose the jpg/or filefrom your local hard drive.

- Click 'upload'. Ensure your chosen jpg/file is under 500kb in size or it will be rejected.[you can check the size by right clicking on the file/image then click properties].

- It will appear in the preview window if successful.

- If successful, click OK.

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'Don't know how to lower your jpg's to under 500kb? Then download the free software that is at the 'Handy Resources' forum.
 

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