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    OK I am sure it is staring me in the face, but for the life of me, i cannot figure out how to upload pictures. the help page was NOT clear. Please HELP!

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      @nmautone let us know if that helps.


        thanks Attjack. Where on the site do I find your screen shot? I have gone through virtually every page on the site and just do not see anything that looks like what you are showing me here. Again thanks for your help and apologies as I am sure it is staring me in the face. Nick


          At the bottom of this page is a box for comments. And at the bottom left of that box is the button for uploading photos.

          If you start a new topic, ya get the same box and button.


            Here's where it's at in relation to your post. It's the same thing you used to post your text. Look for the buttons I showed above.

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              ok but where do you start a new topic?


                Ah, you want to start a new topic. It's counterintuitive, but you need to first, click the right side of the header at the top of the page..

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                Then you need to find the appropriate channel. For instance, here is the Grill, Smokers, Other Cookers, Outdoor Kitchens channel. Click the channel and keep driving down until you find the right subchannel. Say you want to post about a Weber Kettle, then you would click on the Weber Kettle subchannel where you can make a new post.

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                Once there you can post a new topic.

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                  AHHH! Now I got it! I promise I am not normally this laughably ignorant! Really appreciate the help. Nick


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                    No worries. I'm glad you got it. Happy posting!


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