How to Print Pictures Off Your Photobucket

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Take advantage of the inexpensive print options available through Photobucket. You can order pictures and have them delivered to any address of your choice. Print enlargements, cards, posters, photo books, calendars, stickers and more, using the digital photographs you've stored and your Photobucket account. Use the books and other items for your own purposes or give them as gifts.

Things You'll Need

  • Photobucket account
  • Pictures stored on Photobucket
  • Computer
  • Qoop account
  • Credit/Debit card
  • Sign into your Photobucket account. Create a Photobucket account by going to Photobucket.com and clicking "Sign Up," located in the upper right corner of Photobucket home page. Create a username and password, and enter your email account to start using Photobucket.

  • Click the green "Upload Now" button to upload pictures from your computer to your Photobucket account.

  • Click "Photo Products" from the menu above your pictures.

  • Select "Prints" from the options listed.

  • Drag the photos you want to print down from the "Image Tray" into the "Selected Images Tray." Put the cursor over the picture you want to drag, hold down the right mouse button and drag the photo. When the photo is in the "Selected Images Tray," release the mouse key. Continue until all the photos you want to print are in the "Selected Images Tray."

  • Click "Next" at the bottom right of the screen to access the "Print Options" screen. Select the size of the printed pictures, borders and finish options. Click "Next" from the bottom right hand corner to preview your selections.

  • Select "Check Out" to enter your payment method and delivery address and your pictures will be mailed to you. Select "Back" to make changes to your order. When you click on the "Check Out" button, you'll be asked to sign into your Qoop account. If you don't have one, create a free account from this screen.

References

  • Photo Credit Jupiterimages/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images
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