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Ok this is a link that shows via adobe PDF how to post & attach a picture and or how to link to that attachment so it shows on your original thread..

This is a fairly large file due to the print screens so dialupers.. beware..


you can click on the disk to save the document to your pc..

how to post a picture... Try # 2 but it works...
 

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Looks good sj like how you took the page and put it on there.
Jody
 

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Thank You , Simple John,
I followed thrue and did the edit, got the photo on the message body..
I knowed I could do it , I just needed someone to draw me a picture !! LoL , Merry Christmas John , Don
 

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thanks don, glad it helped you out.. the only problem with the link is the file is large and may take some time to open up..

glad it worked out for you..


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SJ,
Cool suggestion so now I don't have to first post the picture on the photo forum to create the forum link to post it directly. Also I don't have to use my Sony Imagestation to post any more either. In fact I give it a rip and show off my backyard!

<img src=http://www.tractorforum.com/forums/attachment.php?s=&postid=71738>
 

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Maybe we should sticky this for all newcomers & old-hands alike.
 

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Originally posted by CatDaddy
Maybe we should sticky this for all newcomers & old-hands alike.
It is and has been a sticky from day one.
 

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funny huh jody.. this thread has been up for about 8 months..

Now it gets read....

But DB et al.. yup you dont need to use a web hosting site.. we do it all on Andy's Dime...

Thanks andy!


DB great pic..
 

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Originally posted by jodyand
It is and has been a sticky from day one.
Just goes to show... I pretty much only read threads from the 'View New Posts' link. I don't often go directly to subforums any more.

-=A=-
 

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Deere Bob,, Thats a nice nice yard,
I call this one my tractor garden. Don

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Originally posted by DrBailey
Deere Bob,, Thats a nice nice yard,
I call this one my tractor garden. Don

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How many years before they are in full bloom:furious:
 

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Hey Ernie ,
I think about next July , They take a lotta Mirical Grow to get Full bright Colors. We gotta be careful not to leave them in the ground to long , or they will turn into a Fordson . LOL !!
 

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Pat, unfortunately SJ has departed our forum a couple of years ago and yes forums are best propagated with resolutions of 400 to 600 or less as bandwidth tends to make them unfortunately slow to load!! The quality will not suffer at all and I will give two examples for you!!

First one is 1024X768 at 249 KB:

<img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v517/Archdean/April15Cowboy005.jpg" border="0">


Second one is about right for posting on web sites and it is reduced to
640X480 at only 49 KB so the load and display is much quicker and fits the screen better:

<img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v517/Archdean/April15Cowboy005Small.jpg" border="0">
 
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