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Picasa Photo Help, Please!

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What in the world am I doing wrong? I cannot get a link to post photos to a trip report using Picasa. I have watched every YouTube video I could find, but I am still unable to do this. I have albums made...but the only link I am able to post directs the user to a Google+ sign up page.

Two years ago I posted photos using Picasa and did not have this trouble. I see that JulieV recently posted Picasa albums here. I am ready to fly her to Kansas City to help me!

I can email a link to my photos, but that is it. I need a link that will work on Fodors. Any ideas?

Thanks!

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