How to Put 2 Pictures Together on Facebook

By Robert Chai

Facebook is a social networking website that brings together people all over the world. Friends get to share their photos and videos on the website. You could be looking to upload photos of the old and the new "you" together on Facebook just to show off how much weight you've lost (or gained). You could also be attempting to display a panorama on your Facebook photo album.

Step 1

Transfer the two image files to the computer desktop. Click the "Start" menu and open "Computer." Navigate to the folder directory in which the two image files are saved. Drag and drop both the files to the desktop.

Step 2

Launch "Paint" application, which comes with every version of the Windows operating system. Click the "Start" menu, and type "Paint" in the search bar. Hit the "Enter" key.

Step 3

Merge the two image files together in Paint. Drag and drop the first image file in the white "Drawing area." Drag the second image file and drop it in the "Drawing area" as well. Adjust the sizes and positions of the image files so they are properly placed next to one another. Click and drag a file to adjust its position. Hover the mouse over any corner of the image and press the left mouse button when the mouse cursor is replaced with a two-sided arrow. Now adjust the size of the image file by moving the mouse around.

Step 4

Press "Ctrl" and "S" to save the merged images. Enter a name for the file, and select "Desktop" as the destination for saving the file.

Step 5

Upload the new image file on Facebook. Open Facebook website in a new browser window. Enter your login credentials on the page top and click the "Log In" button to access your account.

Step 6

Click the "Photos" link on the left side of your Facebook homepage. Choose the album in which you want to upload the photo. Click "Add More Photos" option given at the page top.

Step 7

Click "Select Photos." Select the image file saved on your desktop. Click "Open" after selecting the file. Choose whether you want to upload the file in high resolution or standard quality. Click "Done" to revert to the updated photo album.