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Okay, this is probably going to be real simple, but how do you copy and post a link from a previous thread, I see it done all the time and can't figure it out :(

Bette

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Okay, this is probably going to be real simple, but how do you copy and post a link from a previous thread, I see it done all the time and can't figure it out :(

Bette

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Copy the address of the website, then click on the http:// button on the top of where you are putting the message.. then paste the address into the bar that pops up. You can name it whatever you want after you press ok.

Lisa

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Copy the address of the website, then click on the http:// button on the top of where you are putting the message.. then paste the address into the bar that pops up. You can name it whatever you want after you press ok.

Lisa

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Okay now I am embarrassed!!! I know how to do that for emailing website/pages etc. for some reason I just did not think it worked the same on a forum , :rolleyes: lol

Thanks

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And, if you just copy it from the top and paste it, it has the http:// in it already so you can bypass that step and just paste the link in. For example, if I were to put in a link to...google, if I just type the http:// and then www.google.com, it will automatically turn into a link without you having to hit the http button:

http://www.google.com

I think I just made it more confusing, though.... oops, sorry. :huh: Lisa's way works, too.

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