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Now that I got my new computer set up, I have a few photos I took a while back that I was going to submit to the photos forum. I'm new to this, so I may need some help. The photos I'm thinking about sending now are ones I took with a regular 33 mil camera ( not digital). I have a scanner/printer hooked up to my computer. How will I go about sending the photos? I looked in "help" section on my computer, but so far I haven't found it. I have Windows Vista. Thanks for the help. Steve....

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Steve,

It's a two step process:

First scan them and save the file(s) on your computer somewhere as a .jpg or .jpeg file.

After registering on the www.Electrical-Photos.com site you can upload them by selecting 'Upload Files' and then browsing to the file location(s) on your computer.

Bill

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Thanks Bill. I found in the "help menu" how to scan it and import it to Windows Photo Gallery. I'll go from there and see what happens.. Thanks

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Bill I sent them to you. I hope they come out all right.
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Originally Posted by sparkync
Bill I sent them to you. I hope they come out all right.
Steve...
Steve,

I'm not sure what you mean. Check out this short tutorial I posted in the General area:

Using the Electrical-Photos.com site

Bill


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