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Thread: Question about replying to post

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    I've noticed that some of you are including a previous post in your reply. How do you do that? I've looked over the page but see no where that it says to attach an old post.
    Thanks

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    Do you see in the box on the right side, right at the corner? It says QUOTE. Click on that and it'll give you was was said in the post.

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    Hey Thanks I never knew that ! See I learn something new every day for the people here :lol:
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    :) :) :)

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    Oh, ok. It's obvious now. Never even noticed that box before.
    Thanks!

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    I noticed it, but haven't tried it yet! :lol:

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    That was my learning for the day to. Thanks.

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    Also if you just want to copy part, you can right click copy and paste in the reply box.
    Ok I know that wasnt clear at all sorry................

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    You can also do a partial quote (especially if theirs is long). Just go inside the initial quote and delete what you don't want to include. Just be sure the beginning and ending quotes are still there. :) :) :) Their quote will begin with the word quote in brackets and end the same way.

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