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  • How to post a picture (s) = Tutorial
    • (Premier Login bob2aa)
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      Posted Apr 11, 2012 3:18 PM

      Here is a free and easy to use image hosting site:

      Copy the code for:

      "Direct Link (email & IM)"

      Here is an example of the code you will copy (without the spaces after the first letter and before the last letter.)

      h ttp:// g


      [linked image]


      [linked image]


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      This tutorial is part of our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page:

      If you want to get creative,you can use the same (above) images to make an animated GIF (Graphics Interchange Format)=

      [linked image]

      KLEX - USA

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