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Peter Connan

Hello Everybody

 

I have written a trip report in Word, but when I try to copy from word onto the forum, the "paste" button remains grayed out and doesn't work.

 

I am using Microsoft Word 2013 and Windows Internet Explorer.

 

Any assistance would be appreciated.

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Pennyanne

It doesn't work using Explorer. I am using Google Chrome and it works well. I think Firefox also works. The latest versions of Explorer seem to have a number of problems and I was advised by the IT folks at work to stop using it.

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Peter Connan

Thanks Ladies

 

That seems to work, so I will get busy now with my TR.

Edited by Peter Connan

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kulkulbelle

........ so I will get busy now with my TR.

No pressure, but make it snappy!

 

:D

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RobK

when uploading images, how do i put in text in between. 

 

All i am able to do is upload a set of images without the ability to add any picture specific details

 

thanks in advance

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pomkiwi

Hi @RobK

I'm not sure I fully understand the difficulty but will outline how I add images. I first export them from Lightroom into a folder on my desktop.

 

I then hit the 'choose files....' link below the text box below (this is for a reply but is essentially the same for a new topic)

 

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This allows me to choose the file or files I want from any folder I want and will upload them to the uploaded images box as below:

 

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I can add the image into the text box by placing the cursor where I want and clicking on the + icon on the image.

 

I can then hit return and type below my newly inserted image before slecting another image as described above.

 

I'm not sure if this addresses the problem you are having - if not come back and someone wiser than me will help I'm sure.

Edited by pomkiwi

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pomkiwi

Also @RobK - welcome to Safaritalk and looking forward to your trip report when you get the image upload sorted :D

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JohnR
20 hours ago, RobK said:

when uploading images, how do i put in text in between. 

 

All i am able to do is upload a set of images without the ability to add any picture specific details

 

thanks in advance

 

Hi @RobK and welcome!

 

You can practise uploading images with text here

 

in the Help forums. 

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RobK

that is overwhelming response !!  thank you all

 

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Trying this spectacular sunset as an example... Looks like it works Woo Hoo..

 

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And the sunrise that followed !!!   Thanks everyone

 

 

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Game Warden

Looking good @RobK and now you can add those two to this topic :D

 

Welcome aboard.

 

Matt

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