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Uploading to Photobucket

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Does the size of pic I want to post have to be chosen before uploading ? I posted some that were large & vertical & yesterdays post was very small & arranged horizontally.

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I have mine sized before I upload them, but Photobucket gives you all kinds of options. In the box where you choose the files there is a window that says resize to. You can use this to resize large photos to a more viewable friendly size. Once the photo is uploaded you can click on edit and do all kinds of stuff from cropping to flipping.

The easiest link to the photo that Photobucket provides is the direct link on the bottom of the list under each picture. Simply click on it and it is automatically copied. Then paste it in you post wherever you want the pic. You should see

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Don't be afraid to experiment. The worst thing that will happen is you'll have to upload it again!

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Thanks. I was playing around & did manage to enlarge two pics & stack vertically but lost the third. I'm doing a portable mod project so there will be more pics and more adventures in posting to come.

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To stack them vertically you will need to hit "enter" after each line code (I purposely left one line of space between the second and third this will leave a space in between the pics). To have them laid out horizontally do not hit enter between each line code

Vertical example

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Horizontal example

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Thanks again for the info. By the time I'm done with my project I may have this figured out. Old truck drivers don't make the best computer nerds.

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