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pic prob?

Postby jessica » Fri Aug 17, 2012 6:12 pm

just testing....


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Re: pic prob?

Postby Fleppie » Fri Aug 17, 2012 10:01 pm

Gonna go try again <3 maybe it's on my end and I'm the problem child? LOL Thank U Jessica <3
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Re: pic prob?

Postby Fleppie » Fri Aug 17, 2012 10:15 pm

Jessica <3

Think it was the picture extensions- These were from my cell phone that I downloaded on to my computer- I kept getting something to the effect of "this picture is invalid" msg from MDL so I went and downloaded them off my FB page and gave them different file names then uploaded them- Worked like a charm then- Thank You and Sorry :(
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Re: pic prob?

Postby jessica » Sat Aug 18, 2012 10:16 am

I'm glad you got it figured out! :D
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Re: pic prob?

Postby LadyJ7493 » Thu Mar 21, 2013 10:58 am

I can't figure out how to upload a picture...I want to but can't...can someone help me? I'm not a computer dummy but still... :cry:
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Re: pic prob?

Postby jessica » Fri Apr 26, 2013 8:51 am

So sorry that I'm just seeing this. I normally don't look in the classroom for convo. :oops:

Below the submit button is a button titled "Upload attachment". Click it.

You will see a white button that says "Browse...". Click it.

Find the file on your computer. After selecting it, click "Open".

Then click the red "Add the file" button just to the right of the "Browse..." button.

You will then have the option to "Place inline" (clicking it will put the pic directly into your message box). If you do not, it will only show as an attachment for people to click.

Preview to make sure you did it successfully.


Go ahead and give it a try here first to see if you've got it. :D
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Re: pic prob?

Postby LadyJ7493 » Fri Apr 26, 2013 12:52 pm

jessica wrote:So sorry that I'm just seeing this. I normally don't look in the classroom for convo. :oops:

Below the submit button is a button titled "Upload attachment". Click it.

You will see a white button that says "Browse...". Click it.

Find the file on your computer. After selecting it, click "Open".

Then click the red "Add the file" button just to the right of the "Browse..." button.

You will then have the option to "Place inline" (clicking it will put the pic directly into your message box). If you do not, it will only show as an attachment for people to click.

Preview to make sure you did it successfully.


Go ahead and give it a try here first to see if you've got it. :D

Thank you Jessica! Just tried it and it worked. The file size is also important...some of my pics are too big.
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Re: pic prob?

Postby TerTer » Tue Apr 29, 2014 8:58 pm

HELP! :o
I am having the hardest time fitting a picture :oops: I read the previous post's and I go to resize it to fit and it looks like a dot ???? Seriously, a dot! :lol: it's hilarious and pointless to put up. Any help/
suggestions would be appreciated!

Thanks! :D
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Re: pic prob?

Postby jessica » Mon Sep 29, 2014 10:59 pm

Even more embarrassingly late than the last one! :lol:

Without knowing more, I'd just be taking a shot in the dark. My suggestion for the easiest pic resizing is to use Paint (assuming you use Windows). When you open it, it will show you how huge the pic really is...then resize using the percentage option. As you do that, it will continue to show you the true size. Hope that helps. :)
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