PhotoBucket is a free Web service that allows users to upload photos and store them online. Once you've uploaded content to PhotoBucket, you c,an link to the images from social networking sites, online forums, websites, Blogger blogs and from some productivity software programs, including Microsoft Word. You can use PhotoBucket with Blogger and Word by linking to the images that you've uploaded to PhotoBucket.
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Log in to your PhotoBucket account.
Go to the thumbnail for the image that you want to link to in Blogger.
Hover the mouse over the thumbnail image to display the link code.
Click the link code in the field to highlight it. Copy the code by pressing the "Ctrl" and "C" keys on your computer keyboard.
Log in to your Blogger account. Find the blog that you want to edit from the list of your Blogger-hosted blogs.
Click the "New Post" button beside the title of the blog. This opens the Blogger post editor tool.
Click the "Insert Image" icon in the post editor toolbar. Select "From a URL" in the left-hand menu.
Paste the PhotoBucket link code into the"Paste an Image URL Here" input field, then click the "Add Selected" button. Type text into your blog post, enter a title for the post into the "Title" field, then click the "Publish" button to post the PhotoBucket image to your blog.
Use PhotoBucket With Blogger
Copy the link code to the PhotoBucket image using the same procedure as in the previous section.
Launch Microsoft Word. Click "File" followed by "Open" and open the Word document that you want to use with PhotoBucket.
Right-click the page at the correct insertion location for the linked image.
Click "Paste" from the context menu. This adds the linked image from PhotoBucket to the page.
Use PhotoBucket With Microsoft Word
Tips and warnings
- You can also add a PhotoBucket image to a Microsoft Word document by dragging the image from your PhotoBucket album and dropping it onto the open Word document.
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