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How to Share Picture in Windows 8 Mobile to Facebook

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Hi, I have HTC Mobile phone, there is windows 8.

I want to know how to share any picture to facebook which is available in my mobile.

Example.
if I go my Picture and if I select one picture and click on that picture > then select share > Inside the share there are many things like:
WhatsApp
MSG
Email
and etc. but there is no facebook. I have installed facebook on my windows 8 mobile and I use it. it is working. if I log on facebook and from facebook if I take picture that pic I can share directly from facebook. but if I have already taked pic from my mobile camera and I click share on that picture in the list of share there is no facebook to select facebook to share at there.

How can I do this?
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this is not much usefull
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