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Find some files that you'd like to upload. Open "My Computer" - on most Windows systems, this is an icon on your desktop, or you can find it in the Start menu. Browse to the folder where your files are located and select one or more of them to begin the upload.
After you've selected the files, you should locate the link on the sidebar of the "My Computer" screen that says "Publish the selected items to the web" and click that to trigger the upload wizard.
Confirm the files that you want to upload. You can even add or remove files from this screen before going through the Wizard.

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