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RE: desert wildflowers


Theresa, 
You can skip the step of sending it to yourself unless you're just doing
that to be sure.   When I did it I just said to email it to the list
address.  I think Crystal was the first to show this to us. 

Kitty


> [Original Message]
> From: Theresa- yahoo <tchessie@yahoo.com>
>
> Hey Jim- did you remember to make the folder contents viewable to the
> public?  Also, another easy way to do this is use the option of "email" on
> the page where you see the pictures.  Just check the boxes next to the
> pictures you want us to be able to view, click on "email" and then send it
> to yourself.  Next, from you email program forward that email to the list
> and we all can use the link to get to the pictures.   That's what I did.
>
> Theresa

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