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I went back to the Eastwood BOGO post and changed it.  It worked!  nana

Thanks guys.  I was trying to do it backwards...  banghead

fyi-this works the same for Yahoo mail as I just did it there too.

 



-- Edited by SShink on Friday 2nd of March 2012 12:56:04 PM

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John D., I've noticed when you have links in your posts, you title them something other than the entire URL string.  How do you do that?

I tried using the 'link' button on the 'Visual' tab  to edit when entering a post, but can't get it to work.

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Instead of pasting the link into your message, type what ever text you want, highlight it, then click the link button and paste the link in the window. Hope that makes sense?

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Funny this has been brought up. I was just trying to figure that out this morning and was wondering the same thing while reading Jims bumper post.



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Like Steve said... you kind of do it backwards.

- Find the "link" address, and however you prefer (highlight Ctrl+C, or highlight, right click, copy) copy it to your clipboard memory.
- Type your reply message in the forum straight on through.
- Go back and highlight the word(s)/sentence you'd like to link.
- click the link button on the menu - looks like chains
- where it asks for the URL, click the cursor there and then either Ctrl+V, or right click, Paste.

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