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If you upgrade is there an option to use photos that I have saved on my computer? Not ClipArt but actual photos. Thanks
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If you upgrade is there an option to use photos that I have saved on my computer? Not ClipArt but actual photos. Thanks
Do you want to add them to an Event Description? Then the answer is yes.

Go to Add Event. In the Description Header, on the lower right of the bottom row of icons, there is one titled something like "Your clipart library'. Select that. Then at the top of that screen, you can Browse your computer to select a photo. Then click Upload and it will be added to the library. You can add as many as you want, one at a time, as long as you don't exceed your account allocation, which is noted at the bottom of the screen. Make sure that you give your photos a descriptive name. Close that screen.

Now go to where you would like the image to be place in your Description, and click there. Then go back to the Description Header. To the immediate right of the icon you just used, is one titled something like 'Insert/edit image'. Click on it. Under 'image list', click on the arrow, and select the name of the image you just added to the Library. Then under dimensions, put in what you want for it to be. Then click OK. [I have never figured out what entering anything in Image description does.]

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The Image Description is what is shown on mouse-over, or for visually-impaired readers who may have an assistive device or program.

I just wanted to add that uncompressed photos will quickly consume your upload space.

There are tons of utilities online to compress your pics (try a Google search) including ones like https://compressor.io, and http://resizeimage.net/
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