Hi Amos, sorry I had to go out for the day, visiting relatives.
I'll tell you how I post screen prints.
1] Make sure whatever you want to display is displayed.
2] Press the Print Screen key on the keyboard.
3] Minimize or remove the/those windows currently being displayed and goto Start > All Programs > Accessories > Paint.
4] This will open XP's Paint program. Goto Edit > Paste and click. The screen print of your whole desktop will paste into that Paint window.
5] Check it over. If there is any element of your Desktop that you do not want others to see, use the eraser tool to delete it.
6] Goto File > Save as. Select a location to save the file. I usually use the Desktop option in the left hand column.
7] Type in a file name. Anything will do.
Click the pull down arrow for "Save as type", to select JPEG. This creates a far smaller file than the default BMP does. Click Save, and when done you can now close Paint.
9] Use your browser to goto ImageShack, or as you have already registered for PhotoBucket, go there instead.
10] In the field where you are supposed to enter the file name for the image file you want to upload, there should be a button next to it called 'Browse" or similar. Click that and it will show an "Open file" dialog window. Select Desktop along the left, find your recently saved file, and highlight it. Click Open if you have to.
11] In ImageShack you then have to click the "Host it" button, but I believe in PhotoBucket the file uploads automatically.
12] When the upload is done, the web site will display your image, and also various url web addresses you can select from to copy, so you can pasted the selected address into a post here. It is not always easy to find the right address to copy, but what you want will start with http://
13] Open a new browser window, or tab, (do not use the current one where your image is, as you may want to refer to it again later), come to these forums and this discussion, and post that url web address in a new post.
14] After you have uploaded that image, you can delete the file from your Desktop.
Don't email it to me. Let others see so more options can be discussed.
By the way, I have asked Lee, the Forum Admin, to delete those two email addresses you posted in that long post. You don't want some spam robot picking those addresses up do you.