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How Do I Use Multiquote? Help Please.
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I have looked for instructions but I didn't find any. If there are some then please point me there --- I am happy trying to learn it from instructions.

But darn it! I do not know how to use the multiquote feature & it would be so nice to & make things much easier at times. Can someone please tell me how it is done?

Thank you.

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Click " multi quote" under every post you want to reply to. (Had to try it a second to explain. ) Then a little blue rectangle will appear in the bottom right corner. Hit that to reply to all of them. You have to write your response after the last [ quote ]

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Practice with my 2 posts here.

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Click " multi quote" under every post you want to reply to. (Had to try it a second to explain. ) Then a little blue rectangle will appear in the bottom right corner. Hit that to reply to all of them. You have to write your response after the last [ quote ]

Practice with my 2 posts here.

Well, your instructions work perfectly, K! :lol:

and since I, too was once "multi quote challenged"(and Shroom and Peter taught me)

you can see that if even techno- doofus me can do it, so can you.

Go, Squirmy, Go!!!

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Practice with my 2 posts here.

The posts appear in the order you clicked on them, and you can respond to each individually by typing between the quotations.

Click " multi quote" under every post you want to reply to. (Had to try it a second to explain. ) Then a little blue rectangle will appear in the bottom right corner. Hit that to reply to all of them. You have to write your response after the last [ quote ]

You can type after the last one. You can also type before the first one--sometimes that makes sense.

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I have looked for instructions but I didn't find any. If there are some then please point me there --- I am happy trying to learn it from instructions.

But darn it! I do not know how to use the multiquote feature & it would be so nice to & make things much easier at times. Can someone please tell me how it is done?

Thank you.

It is easier and it's also fun.

The posts appear in the order you clicked on them, and you can respond to each individually by typing between the quotations.

You can type after the last one. You can also type before the first one--sometimes that makes sense.

yes, what P said........ Like this :D

I know, now I am just showing off . One time I did a quintuple quote on the dinner chat. Stunned them all.

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Click " multi quote" under every post you want to reply to. (Had to try it a second to explain. ) Then a little blue rectangle will appear in the bottom right corner. Hit that to reply to all of them. You have to write your response after the last [ quote ]

Oh! That is easier than I thought. :)

Practice with my 2 posts here.

Thanks Karen!

The posts appear in the order you clicked on them, and you can respond to each individually by typing between the quotations.

You can type after the last one. You can also type before the first one--sometimes that makes sense.

Yes, Peter, this is exactly what I want to be able to do. To type between each one Or even before the first one.

It is easier and it's also fun.

yes, what P said........ Like this :D

I know, now I am just showing off . One time I did a quintuple quote on the dinner chat. Stunned them all.

YOU are a smarty pants! :P

Thanks all!

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YAY! Doing a happy dance here. Woooooo Hooooooo! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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See. The simple pleasures. :D

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Aye. The simple pleasures.

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Excellent job, Squirmy! Maybe we should add this to the newbie thread? :)

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Now there's a thought.

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Should I add a link to it?

Excellent job, Squirmy! Maybe we should add this to the newbie thread? :)

Good idea, K! I can add a link to this easy mini-tutorial.

Now there's a thought.

I'll do it right now.

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I found these instructions--(I am IT challenged), so I hope you all don't mind if I practice! Thanks!

Click " multi quote" under every post you want to reply to. (Had to try it a second to explain. ) Then a little blue rectangle will appear in the bottom right corner. Hit that to reply to all of them. You have to write your response after the last [ quote ]

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Hi, still practicing... :D

The posts appear in the order you clicked on them, and you can respond to each individually by typing between the quotations.

You can type after the last one. You can also type before the first one--sometimes that makes sense.

It is easier and it's also fun.

yes, what P said........ Like this :D

I know, now I am just showing off . One time I did a quintuple quote on the dinner chat. Stunned them all.

LOL! :lol: :lol: :lol: A quintuple quote! I *Love* It! :wub:

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Very Nice way to make sense out of the posts! I Love It!!! It *is* easy! :wub:

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I found these instructions--(I am IT challenged), so I hope you all don't mind if I practice! Thanks!

well, hello there!

Very Nice way to make sense out of the posts! I Love It!!! It *is* easy! :wub:

would we lie to you?? naw....

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I found these instructions--(I am IT challenged), so I hope you all don't mind if I practice! Thanks!

Too funny! I can't ( or maybe, won't ) tell you how long I was on this forum before I even saw a " multi- quote" button! smileyvault-cute-big-smiley-animated-035.gif

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I was on here nearly 2 years before I admitted it stumped me and Shroom and Peter taught me how to do correctly

in about 3 seconds. I should have just asked. DOH! <_< :lol:

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I would never admit it either. But think I did in the end :rolleyes:

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:lol: :lol: :lol: I Sooooooo Appreciate you all! So, since we are confessing...want to know why my info and pix is blank???? :o

Yep, I am betting you all guessed it. I have not figured out how to get the info onto my LJ site! :D :D :D

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Don't worry, LJ; if it weren't for Darn210 I would still look like you. :D I'll have to ask her if she'll do another for me. Or maybe IrishHeart will do it for you :)

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:lol: :lol: :lol: I Sooooooo Appreciate you all! So, since we are confessing...want to know why my info and pix is blank???? :o

Yep, I am betting you all guessed it. I have not figured out how to get the info onto my LJ site! :D :D :D

Click on your odd twins picture (default pic). It will take you to your " account". Towards the top right is a blue box " my profile". Click it. Its actually your profile not mine. :). Choose some of those new options and see what sort of trouble you can stir up.

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