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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-12-2020, 06:03 PM Thread Starter
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Sorry my first attempt at posting pictures didn't work out as well as I had hoped.
The urns are 16 sided and made with the use of birds mouth router bits. The birds eye maple is from a stack of leaves from a flitch I had picked up at a garage sale last year. I glued it to baltic birch plywood before I shaped the edges. The walnut is from some off cuts I had left over from previous projects. The tops are 16 wedges of shop cut veneer.
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Paul you use the Advanced Post option and look for the Manage Attachments button below the left corner of the text box. Then you click on Browse Attachments for each picture. They'll have to be in your hard drive and you may need to navigate to what file system has them stored such as Downloads, My Documents, or Pictures. You'll need to maximize the Browse Attachments screen so you can see all the buttons. Once you've loaded all the pictures then hit Upload and wait for them to load onto the forum then Close This Window in the upper left corner. Only certain formats are allowed but it lists which ones. Jpeg is the most common for pictures. The first few times I found it helpful to open a second router forums so that I could go back and forth between the instructions and the other screens.

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Thanks again Charles. I had seen these instructions that you gave to another newer member which got me as far as i did. My computer was giving me grief while getting split screen set up. It's a learning curve for me. Paul
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Thanks again Charles. I had seen these instructions that you gave to another newer member which got me as far as i did. My computer was giving me grief while getting split screen set up. It's a learning curve for me. Paul
Did you try the drag and drop option below?

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