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How Do I Use Multiquote? Help Please.
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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 :)

The hubs had to load my avatar for me :lol: My only techno- talent is pilfering emoticons by cut and paste..... and now, multi quotes

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For those who want to, you can select multiple posts for quotation in more than one thread. Here is one from from the ingredients forum:

Caramel color is one of those celiac urban myths that just won't go away.

Here is Shelley Case's take on it, from Gluten-Free Diet A Comprehensive Resource Guide:

[Emphasis in original]

Quotes within quotes is an advanced topic, requiring pasting and editing beyond the norm. But as shown, it can be done.

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 :)

If Darn won't, I can have a go at it. I don't do Photobucket like she does...

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For those who want to, you can select multiple posts for quotation in more than one thread.

:D That's sort of like having a PhD in multiquoting.

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:DThat's sort of like having a PhD in multiquoting.

 

Just giving this option a whirl.

 

For those who want to, you can select multiple posts for quotation in more than one thread. Here is one from from the ingredients forum:

Quotes within quotes is an advanced topic, requiring pasting and editing beyond the norm. But as shown, it can be done.

If Darn won't, I can have a go at it. I don't do Photobucket like she does...

 ......... and hey, it worked.  I learned something new today. thanks.

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

 

Yes, that would be nice.  I'm trying this out. . . .

 

 

 

TA DA!

The End :lol:

Yes . . . Ta Da!  It works.   Thanks!

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Yes, that would be nice.  I'm trying this out. . . .

 

 

 

Yes . . . Ta Da!  It works.   Thanks!

 

 

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 don't you love it when stuff "works".

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 don't you love it when stuff "works".

Just learned something new.  Thanks all of you.

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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.

I wondered that too...

 

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 ]

Now I know! :-)

 

Practice with my 2 posts here.

Yay!

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