Suddenly Blogspot will not allow me to get to my picture file so I can post images.  Anyone know how to manage this?  Until this week I could access my pictures with no problem; now I can't.  I'm feeling frustrated and Blogger Help is no help at all.  Thanks

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I wish I could help but this problem was what made me leave blogspot years ago.

How many GB have used for previous uploads?  Since they are stored with Picasa when you use Blogger, I would assume that you would need to check with your Picasa account and see how many GBs you have used for image storage so far. (http://support.google.com/picasa/answer/1224181?hl=en)

Or is it that you can't access your Picasa account? 

That is my shot in the dark! ...I know that Help sections usually frustrate me more when I'm trying to figure out an issue! Good luck! 

(Side note: I don't use Blogger anymore either but used to. ...And I am by no means a tech-expert!) 

If you have a problem like this again, try using a different browser. That's been known to perform small miracles for me.

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