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How to add Attachments

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You can either upload a new attachment or use one you've previously uploaded.


If you want to use one you've previously used, or you want to link to an image, click the "Insert other media" button.


Having uploaded your attachment, you'll see it as a  thumbnail just below the link for uploading attachments, together with its filename and size. If you've uploaded more than one, you'll see a list of thumbnails.


You can choose exactly where to place your attachment by clicking in the editor (typing) box there where you want your attachment to appear. Then click on the "Add to post" link for the attachment you want to add to that spot. If you've more than one attachment, keep clicking till you've added them all where you want them to show, eg: in-between paragraphs.


If you made a mistake and uploaded the wrong attachment, click the "Delete" icon next to it.


You can also see and delete any attachments you've previously uploaded by going to your name in the top user bar menu and clicking on "Manage Attachments" in the drop-down menu. If you click on the name of your attachment in there, it will open a new window with your attachment in it so that you can see it. To delete an attachment, put a tick in the box to the right of it, then scroll down to the bottom and click on "Delete Selected".

Edited by Marina


(belated DX in June '05, SPMS)

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