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Thread: Need help posting

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    When I am reading a comment, how to I post to have it connected to the comment? I thought it was the "quote" button but not sure. If I use the "post a reply" option, does it post to the end of the thread?

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    I hit 'post reply' button to answer you....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icandothat
    When I am reading a comment, how to I post to have it connected to the comment? I thought it was the "quote" button but not sure. If I use the "post a reply" option, does it post to the end of the thread?
    I am now using the 'quote' button that I pushed off your post...hope that helps:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeat
    Quote Originally Posted by Icandothat
    When I am reading a comment, how to I post to have it connected to the comment? I thought it was the "quote" button but not sure. If I use the "post a reply" option, does it post to the end of the thread?
    I am now using the 'quote' button that I pushed off your post...hope that helps:)
    I am using the quote button. Anxious to see how this reply looks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icandothat
    Quote Originally Posted by Skeat
    Quote Originally Posted by Icandothat
    When I am reading a comment, how to I post to have it connected to the comment? I thought it was the "quote" button but not sure. If I use the "post a reply" option, does it post to the end of the thread?
    I am now using the 'quote' button that I pushed off your post...hope that helps:)
    I am using the quote button. Anxious to see how this reply looks.
    Yea....it worked.

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    While you have this thread going, try some of the other buttons in the reply box page... :wink:

    the B makes things bold, click on it and then type and click again when you want the bold to stop, the same thing with the i and u button.

    You can change the text color and size of font too. The other buttons I have yet to completely figure out :lol: :roll:

    Just remember one thing, if you attatch pictures and click the preview button, the pictures WILL NOT appear, but you can preview your reply any other time.

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    I am trying out the bold text.
    Now I am trying out the italicized test
    Now I am trying to underline
    In preview, it doesn't show the formating changes. Hopefully, I will see it on the actual post.
    [b]I appreciate your help[b]

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    and here's a big lesson ------ you can edit your post for only 20 minutes!!!!!!!!! Always go back and look when you post, especially when posting pictures. I can't tell you how many times I've discovered my pictures is REALLY large, or REALLY small or is the wrong picture!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amandasgramma
    and here's a big lesson ------ you can edit your post for only 20 minutes!!!!!!!!! Always go back and look when you post, especially when posting pictures. I can't tell you how many times I've discovered my pictures is REALLY large, or REALLY small or is the wrong picture!!!!!
    If I keep practicing, I may become an expert poster

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    There is always something new to learn. I think I have reread my answer before I submit it, then when it comes up, I read it again, and find mis spelled words! I know I am not the best typist, but my keyboard sometimes does not catch my spaces or misses letters because I am so fast(?) So I can edit my post before it is set in stone. I still miss some, but not as many as it could be! :?

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