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TLC Technical Questions
1.       peacetrain
1905 posts
 23 Feb 2008 Sat 09:07 pm

I have learned how to post a picture today, thanks to the joint efforts of Daydreamer and Roswitha. It occurred to me that other people may have technical questions that members have the answers to.

This is my next question:

Sometimes people post links as a word or phrase instead of the www address. I DON'T KNOW HOW TO DO THIS!

Can someone explain please?

2.       Ayla
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 23 Feb 2008 Sat 09:31 pm

When you want to give the link, you click on: Add Link.
You get a window saying: "Please enter the link URL"
There you copy the URL and click "OK"
You get another window saying: "Please enter the link title"
There you write whichever word you like and click "OK"
That's all.

3.       peacetrain
1905 posts
 23 Feb 2008 Sat 10:57 pm

Thank you Ayla. I suppose I am being too lazy to find out for myself . But now it is here for everyone to learn.

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