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I will be showing some of you people who need help on adding a picture as an avatar or for your instructable. Here are some step-by-step instructions how to do this.

Please, feel free to add any comments, and some tips for this instructable.

Below, This is mine after i uploaded it.

Step 1: Get to the Settings

First, you must go to your account home.

As you can see, the mouse is on the "You", button thing next to the triangle. Scroll your mouse thing over it and select Upload Images.''

Click, Change Images''

If you want to change any of your personal settings, you can also do it.

Step 2: Upload Your Image to Your LIBRARY

Use your Digital CAMERA, and plug it into your computer using the connection cord thing.

Click IMPORT IMAGES, then select any image you want for instructables, and drag it on your desktop.

Press the Browse button, then press desktop, click the images you want to upload.

You will see an upload images button, click that, wait, and then you have succesfully uploaded an image.



Step 3: Putting the Image As an Avatar

Your picture will now be in your LIBRARY, click the ADD button under the picture you want to upload.

Then wait, the picture on the bigger screen area ill be loading.

After it is done loading, cling the UPDATE IMAGE button.

You are now done, I hope you enjoyed this instructable.

Step 4: Putting the Picture on Your Instructable

After you have uploaded an image, click the "SUBMIT" button on the same row as where the "YOU" button is.

Click new Instructable

Scroll down, and you will see your images from your library after you have followed the previous steps to upload images, click the "ADD" button, and you are done!




Thank you to Killerjackalope and Weissensteinburg for giving good tips. I will soon try them
nice instructable. very helpful
It won't work on mine. =(<br/>Does the pic have to be a certain size?<br/>
nope, i didn't have to do taht
oh my god i dint get it
You did a surprisingly good job capturing pictures of the screen with a camera, but for better images, use the button that says some variation of "print screen" or "prt sc" on your key board. This will take a snap shot of your monitor and copy it to you clip board. From there, you can paste it in paint, or any other image editor.
all you do is set your camera's shutter speed to the refresh speed, sya 60hz then 1 60th of a second give a single frame result, if it's too dark go to 1/30th... use multiples from that there counting class dingus... but yeah print screen's easier.
easier, and much clearer, no matter what.
not agruing but sometimes you gotta do what ya gotta do, now the issue is solved I think we should go get the instructable robot drunk again then and see if it will tell us some good stories...
Maybe he'll tell us what he was doing at 10:22 last night!
I ws there, it wasn't pretty, once it gets to a certain stage in the night he's a violent sexual predator, there's only two lamposts left in the place and both have been severly terrorized... thankfully though he has a penchant for speed cameras...
How many <a rel="nofollow" href="http://thewhitewhalelaughslast.com/sketchbook/sketchbook_entry.php?id=118">horses</a> are left?<br/>
Oh god I had completely forgotten about that, but we'll have to mive to thetell a story about the robot forum, we've hijacked this just a tad...
i'll try what you guys said next time, thank you for your help.
thank you, i will do that next time
Good idea. I was going to do this, but you beat me to it. You should have used screen shots though. Nice job, this could help a lot of people.

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