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Posting a link


Graham.

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I can't see any tips, so here goes.

Copy the destination URL. Type the subject name, highlight it, then click on the world with the green arrow. Press delete key to remove the HTTP. Paste in the URL, OK.

Don't click on this

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Nontek

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Just testing

http://img718.imageshack.us/i/abcdva.jpg/

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Nontek

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Nope - didn't work, and had to leave the Thread then come back to it to add this note ..... GGGrrrrrrrrrrrr

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Graham.

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Nontek

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Graham.

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To get back to PCA click the back button.

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Nontek

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Oh - that surprised me, I thought I had typed a 'Heading' with an added Link, but the 'Heading' was in fact the Link???

Think maybe I am getting too old for this lark.

BTW - Steve, on the pic is my son!

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onthelimit1

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I like a lot about the new site BUT the old 'click here' was much easier to use (I think).

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muddypaws

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link text

If I may test as well Graham.

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muddypaws

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Well that was quite easy. Virtually the same as before. Copy the website address, click on hyperlink icon, delete the hpp bit that is already there and paste the link. Where does it copy to if you oaste it in the message body.link text

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lotvic

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A nice easy way Graham, thanks, Thumbs Up

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