Video:Add Blog Images with Picasawith Don Schechter
Want to spice-up your blogging? This video demonstrates how to add images to your blog with Picasa.See Transcript
Transcript:Add Blog Images with PicasaHi, I'm Don Schechter for About.com Computing.
Introduction to Picassa ImagesToday, I'll show you how to publish images to a Blog using Picassa 2. Picassa 2 is a free downloadable picture program provided by Google.
Picasa Images and Blogger BlogIt includes a free program called Blogger which lets you create your own Blog with words and images.
How to Add Blog Images with PicasaSelect the pictures you want to piublish on a Blog. Click the hold button to keep them in the holding tray. Now click on the "Blog This" button at the bottom of your screen.
Set up a Blog for Picasa ImagesIf you don't already have a Blog set up, you'll need to create one. Click the orange button that says "Create You Blog Now." Here you'll need to fill in information to create your Blog, including a username and password that you'll use to sign in to your Blog. Don't forget to click the "Accept Terms of Service" box. Now click the orange "Continue" button.
The next screen will ask you to enter a Blog title and a desired web address. Click "Continue" at the bottom of the screen.
The next screen will ask you to choose a template. Click on one of the options and click "Continue."
Now click the "Start Posting" button to write in your new Blog. Once you've set up your Blog you can sign in any time.
Picasa Images and Alignment in BlogAfter you click "Blog This" in Picassa, click "Sign in to Blogger" Use your username and password. A screen will come up where you can choose where to align your picture and text. I'll choose to keep my picture on the left side and I'll click "Save Settings." This next screen allows you to write next to the picture. Write your Blog and click "Publish."
Picassa will automatically open a new window and show you your Blog.
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