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meryl

Started by Meryl, February 19, 2010, 05:45:19 am

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Meryl

just to let you know i'm not a hit and run. had surgery this week - going to have a long recovery period- will read but may not be able to respond for a while. thanks everyone .

meryl

2chickiebaby

meryl,
Thanks for checking in...keep us posted.  Glad you came through the surgery. Blessings :)

cremebrulee

Yes agree wholeheartidly with chickie, take care of yourself...

hugs
Creme

cocobars

Hi meryl!

I'm happy you're surgery went well, and glad to have you join us here for your recovery!  You are so welcome to read through, and when you get to a place where you can reply, we welcome your thoughts!

God bless you and speed your recovery!

2chickiebaby

Coco,
Will you please tell me how to copy and paste on here so I can reply to a post without it looking like I'm replying to someone else?   

MAKE IT EASY!!!! Thank you, Angel!! :)

cocobars

Sure Chickie!

Just take your browser (mouse arrow) and click on top of the first word you want to copy - hold down on that and drag it through to the last word you're copying.  This highlights what you are copying. release the "click" on your mouse.

Then on your keyboard, press the Cntrl button and the letter "c" together (at the same time).  This copies what you have hilighted.

When you're ready to paste it into a message, press the Cntrl button and the letter "v", on your keyboard.  You should see copied words appear wherever you have clicked. 

2chickiebaby

Sure Chickie!

Just take your browser (mouse arrow) and click on top of the first word you want to copy - hold down on that and drag it through to the last word you're copying.  This highlights what you are copying. release the "click" on your mouse.

Then on your keyboard, press the Cntrl button and the letter "c" together (at the same time).  This copies what you have hilighted.

When you're ready to paste it into a message, press the Cntrl button and the letter "v", on your keyboard.  You should see copied words appear wherever you have clicked. 

Did I do it??

cocobars

You did it perfectly! ;D

2chickiebaby

Sure Chickie!

Just take your browser (mouse arrow) and click on top of the first word you want to copy - hold down on that and drag it through to the last word you're copying.  This highlights what you are copying. release the "click" on your mouse.

Then on your keyboard, press the Cntrl button and the letter "c" together (at the same time).  This copies what you have hilighted.

When you're ready to paste it into a message, press the Cntrl button and the letter "v", on your keyboard.  You should see copied words appear wherever you have clicked. 

Did I do it??


2chickiebaby

Thank you, Sweet Coco!!! 

cocobars

Perfect again! LOL!
;D ;D ;D ;D

luise.volta

M - Sending all kinds of good things your way regarding a speedy recovery. We're in your corner!  ;D
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama

luise.volta

C/C - Do you know how to move the copy and past discussion  to a "New Topic" so the subject line will show that? I think a lot of people would benefit from it if they knew where to find it. Forum Support, maybe? It was 10 years before I taught myself that one and it's priceless. (I just learned last week on Word what the little reverse arrow is it the top, so I could retrieve what i accidentally delete.)  ;D ;D
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama

cocobars


luise.volta

Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama