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Step 1: Upload Images
First upload some images.
Once uploaded, your images will appear in your image library (shown on the upload page). Upload all the images required for your project.
While your files are uploading, you can open Instructables in another browser and keep working. Edit the text of your project, manage the images that are already uploaded, or check out other people's projects.
Step 2: Choose Good Images
Try for well lit pictures with clear backgrounds. Use the "Macro" mode of your camera when taking a close-up photo, otherwise your photo will be blurry.
Step 3: Project Title, Description, and Main Images
2. Enter a project name and summary for your project.
3. Drag images from your image library into the "Main Images:" bar.
4. If you drag the wrong image, click the (x) button to remove it, which only removes the image and does not delete it from your library.
5. Drag the (order) button to change the order images show up in the step.
Step 4: Start Entering First Step
This allows you to enter a title, a description, and images for each individual step in order. You can always go back and edit each step afterwards, and you will be able to review your project to see how it looks before you publish it.
Click-and-drag on a large image to make a photo-note! This is a great way to highlight parts of a photo.
Step 5: Finish Entering First Step
The top image will apear as the default image for the step. If you want to reorder the images, grab the (order) handle and move the images around.
Step 6: Keywords
Press the "create project" button when you are done.
Step 7: Add More Steps
If you need to insert a step click the "insert following step" link under "Editing Options."
Each step you've entered shows up as an icon in the top row of the screen, just click on an icon to edit a different step.
Step 8: Return to Normal View
From this normal view, you can review the project in the way other users will see it. You can edit and revise steps and images by clicking the "Edit" link.
Step 9: Photonotes
Step 10: Publish
Once you've published, you can still make changes and corrections to your project. If you feel that you've made a substantial innovation to your project, don't delete it! Start a new project and link to the old one as a reference. Instructables users love to see and understand the invention process and can learn from all the work you did.