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So I did the DITLO today, but it's going to take me FOREVER to load the photos on photobucket. Is there a better (and free) service out there that's eaiser to use, resize etc?

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I always use facebook, cause when I upload the pictures are always sized perfectly. It also makes it so I can share Sophia's day with all my facebook friends. Smile

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I did mine on photobucket but with the bulk upload tool- wasn't too bad!

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I use Google's Picasa. Free and awesome

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Since I've learned that you can copy and paste directly from FB, I use that!

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facebook would be easiest - how do I do that?

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You upload your photos, then you click on the image you want to post. This pulls up the picture in the full view. You right click on the image, select "properties", copy the link, then paste with [IMG][/IMG].

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"cindyanns" wrote:

You upload your photos, then you click on the image you want to post. This pulls up the picture in the full view. You right click on the image, select "properties", copy the link, then paste with [IMG][/IMG].

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I didn't know this either! Thanks!

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"cindyanns" wrote:

You upload your photos, then you click on the image you want to post. This pulls up the picture in the full view. You right click on the image, select "properties", copy the link, then paste with [IMG][/IMG].

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I don't even do this - I just right click on the pic in FB, copy and then paste directly into the message in pg.org!

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My facebook doesn't allow me to do that. If I click on a picture to make it bigger it doesn't give me the option to copy or to see properties...hmm..