Some services, like Shutterfly, let you post images to a Web site so that you can easily share your photos with others. This is a great alternative to e-mailing photos as attachments, especially for those without a broadband Internet connection.
What's great is that you don't even have to leave Album. You don't have to launch your Web browser or use FTP (file transfer protocol) software. If you are using a dialup connection, you will have to open your connection first, however. If you already have registered and received an account with an online service like Shutterfly, you are ready to start sharing. If you haven't registered be sure and check out the earlier section, "Signing Up for Online Services."
Follow these steps to share your photos using an online service:
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