When youre done adding pictures click the Start Upload button

You see the upload progress for each photo, and the Gallery estimates the amount of time it will take to complete the process. When the upload is complete, your browser takes you to the Gallery where you see a message verifying that you've uploaded pictures.

Figure 6-4. Kodak provides a handy drag and drop tool to help you upload pictures to the Gallery. The trickiest part may be arranging your Web browser window (left) and your Windows Explorer window (right) so you can see your photos and the target at the same time. The box below offers some tips.

Figure 6-4. Kodak provides a handy drag and drop tool to help you upload pictures to the Gallery. The trickiest part may be arranging your Web browser window (left) and your Windows Explorer window (right) so you can see your photos and the target at the same time. The box below offers some tips.

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Arranging Two Windows for Drag and Drop

To drag photos from one window to another, you need to arrange the windows so that you can see both the photos you want to drag and the target destination. For example, say you've got some photos in your My Pictures folder, and the target is your EasyShare Gallery. Here's an easy way to set it up:

Choose Start —+ My Pictures to open it in a new window. Then, arrange the two windowsthe My Pictures window and your browser window with the EasyShare target box (Section 6.3.2 )so they overlap. You want to be able to see your photos and at least part of the target box simultaneously.

To move windows, drag the bar at the very top. If windows won't budge when you try to move them, then they're probably maximized to fill the whole screen. If that's the case, then click the window's restore button (the middle one, with two overlapping rectangles). After you click, you can drag the non-maximized window to a different position.

To arrange your windows just right, you may also need to resize them by dragging the lower right-hand corner or some of the other edges of your window. Your cursor changes to a double arrow when it's positioned at the edge of your window. Just drag to reshape your window.

You can also use the scroll bars in your windows to find your photos and position the target box in your browser.

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