Type an album name and then click Next

The first time you upload, Shutterfly shows you a page describing the Picture Upload Assistant and offers to install it. This plug-in lets you upload more than one picture at c time, so you'll probably want to go ahead and click Install. (To skip the installer, click

"add pictures one by one.")

Note: If you've lowered your browser's security settings, the plug-in installs itself without asking your permission.

3. When the Select pictures screen appears, click "Choose pictures."

If you've installed the Picture Upload Assistant, you'll see the Choose Pictures screen shown in Figure 6-8 .

Figure 6-8. If you've installed Shutterfly's Picture Upload Assistant, there's no limit to the number of photos you can upload at once. In the Choose Pictures window you see all the photos stored inside whichever folder you've browsed to; turn on the checkboxes (at lower left in each thumbnail) to select individual photos, or click the "all" link at the bottom of the screen to grab everything in the folder.

Figure 6-8. If you've installed Shutterfly's Picture Upload Assistant, there's no limit to the number of photos you can upload at once. In the Choose Pictures window you see all the photos stored inside whichever folder you've browsed to; turn on the checkboxes (at lower left in each thumbnail) to select individual photos, or click the "all" link at the bottom of the screen to grab everything in the folder.

Note: If you haven't installed the plug-in, then you instead see a list of ten blank text boxes. Click the Browse button

next to the first text box. When the Windows "Choose file" dialog box opens, choose a photo file on your PC (or camera, or memory card), and then click Open. Lather, rinse, repeat until you've added all the pictures you want. Click "Add now" to upload them when you're ready. This method is so slow and tedious, you'll probably use it only on public or shared computers where you're not allowed to install plug-ins.

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