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    Super Member Edie's Avatar
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    There is a thread in here about goats and our son and daughter in law are raising goats and are going to be having little ones in the next month/month and a half. Some of the stuff like the goat milk has been very interesting because they are drinking goat milk also. I was wondering if any of these threads can be forwarded to her?

    Thanks for the info! Edie

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    Sure can... just copy the URL at the top of the page (in the address box) and send the URL to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamagus
    Sure can... just copy the URL at the top of the page (in the address box) and send the URL to them.
    Please forgive me here. I don't know what you mean. I am totally computer illiterate in that I don't know why a computer does what it does or why it does it or what initials mean. I don't even know how to make a smiley face. Could you explain what you mean? Thank you so much. I don't mean to let my ignorance hang out, but it is! Edie

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    At the very top of this page there is a box that starts with http:// and the website address follows.

    So do a search for the goat subjects, open them up. Then go to the top of the page again (the address) is in that top box starting with http:// highlight it and just right click..then click copy.. then you can paste into anything like an email, reply, document, etc. Do one at a time and you should be fine.

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    Senior Member jeanequilts's Avatar
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    Edie,
    Here is a youtube video of how to copy and paste.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCYP0mPeDoU
    Jeane

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