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If they are jpegs and not larger than allowed they should load ok.
Max size 800 x 600 and 97.7 KB

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The only pics I have are in pdf format. They will not upload, only jpg, jpeg and bmp. Is there a way to convert them??
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There is a program (free) called MW Snap MWSnap download and reviews from SnapFiles
that lets you "snap' any or all of any page that shows on your screen. It will let you cut the pics out of the pdf and save them as jpegs. I use it regularly to clip parts of web pages. Example below cut from the above post:
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Wow what a pita, lets see how this works. I had to download the program you recomended and the a resizer.
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Obviously I`m doing something wrong. I`ll try something different.
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MW Snap allows you to grab anything you see, at its original size. The picture shouldn't need resizing before posting if captured this way. Below is a pic I captured that almost filled my screen - not re-sized.
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Damn I downloaded Snap like you suggested. I`ll try again.

Alright, i give up. I`ll grab my camera next time I go home. When I try uploading from snap shot it tells me my file is 949kb and maximum allowd is 94kb so I`m way off.
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