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Old 01-07-2004, 06:25 PM   #1
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How to copy a link

How do I insert a website link in my message so you can click on it and be linked? Thanks all.
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Old 01-07-2004, 06:50 PM   #2
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How do I insert a website link in my message so you can click on it and be linked? Thanks all.
tin hut,

copy the link you want by right clicking with your mouse, then use the button shown below in your post.

there will be a new pop up screen with "text to be formatted" in it. you can type whatever "word" you want for a link press ok. then you can paste/type the address in. press ok.

-or- you can skip it (press ok once) and just paste the link in the space provided.

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Another option is to copy the url you want by highlighting it and clicking "copy" on your browser tool bar.
Paste it into the body of your message by clicking on paste.
You can paste at the point in your message where you want the link to appear like so: http://bluegrassbanjo.org/banjokes.html the entire address will appear in your message.
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Those are some funny banjo jokes. I laughed.
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