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  1. Welcome to Pages

    Welcome to Pages! Pages extends your site with custom content management designed especially for communities. Create brand new sections of your community using features like blocks, databases and articles, pulling in data from other areas of your community. Create custom pages in your community using our drag'n'drop, WYSIWYG editor. Build blocks that pull in all kinds of data from throughout your community to create dynamic pages, or use one of the ready-made widgets we include with the Invision Community. View our Pages documentation
  2. A picture paints a thousand words When you post you may want to add a chart to that post to better express yourself and or ask for specific advice on what you are seeing. The saying "A picture paints a thousand words" is very true and especially when looking at markets.Ok so how do you do this.Firstly better if you understand how embedding an image works so lets start from the top. You take a screenshot of your desktop / chart or whatever you want to capture. There are many ways to do this but personally I think there is one piece of software that is a hands down winner or value for money and ease of use. That software is called Snagit. You can get a free 30 days trial of this software and believe me when you see the value of it you will want to own it for only $47.00 http://www.techsmith.com/snagit.html I will not go into using it here as there lots of instruction when you get it. If you can click a mouse you can take great screenshots and annotate them. Ok so you now have your screen shot and you want to put it into your forum post. You cant just click or paste the image into the forum, what you need to do is EMBED it. Sounds complicated but really it's very easy. Basically your image is uploaded to an image storing service. Image storing at http://www.screencast.com/ At screencast you can get a free account that will more than service your needs. Here is the simple workflow that you follow one you have opened your free account. In this video below I show you how to place the html code into your post to show your images
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