COME ON FACEBOOK FRIENDS – find a cartoon character from childhood and change it to your profile picture. This is a campaign to stop violence against children. AND IF YOU HAVE DONE IT BEFORE – DO IT AGAIN … as many as possible of 6th December 2010 (here’s how:-)

COME ON FACEBOOK FRIENDS – find a cartoon character from childhood and change it to your profile picture. This is a campaign to stop violence against children. AND IF YOU HAVE DONE IT BEFORE – DO IT AGAIN … as many as possible of 6th December 2010 (PLEASE)

 

How to search for an image using Google and then save it to your computer;

1. You can access Google’s Image Search by going to www.google.com and then selecting the “images” tab (in blue on the top right hand corner on my pc). It can also be found at http://images.google.com.

2. Enter your search request in the box in the usual way, i.e; Pint Panther Inspector.

3. You can find more images buy clicking the next page button or page number buttons at the bottom of the first page of results. The most relevant images found are usually shown on the top page.

4. Go to the website that your chosen image is published on by clicking the image.

5. On the next screen hover the mouse pointer over the image and click the RIGHT mouse button and select “save picture as”.

 

6. Browse to the file location where you would like to save the image and enter a name for your saved image.

How to Upload your image to Facebook to change your profile picture.

1. Log into Facebook and go to your profile page by clicking that tab ( on the top right hand side of my home page on my computer)

2. Hover the mouse pointer over your current profile picture and a link to “change picture” should appear on the top right hand corner of the picture – click this

 

3. Then select upload a picture. 

4. Browse to the file location of where you save your picture and click open.

5. Your photo is being uploaded and will replace your current picture at the end of this process.

Further Issues.

If the picture is too big, the wrong size or file format then Facebook might reject the upload. You can try following the instructions on http://www.webresizer.com/ to reduce image size, crop photos, sharpen, resize – change width and height, rotate, adjust contrast, brightness, saturation, convert photo to black and white

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~ by paperworkfairy on December 7, 2010.

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