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Old 03-31-2008, 07:38 AM   #31
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Thanks, GotGarlic, but where do I find Quick Reply? I'm sorry to be such an idiot about this but I bet I'm not the only one. Thanks for all of DC's help on this.............
If you scroll down to the bottom of any thread, there's a window called Quick Reply that you can start typing in immediately. If you always click on Quote to start a reply, you get the same window, plus the message you're replying to is already quoted (sometimes you don't need the quote, so you can use Quick Reply instead).

So anytime you're replying to a thread and you see a bunch of smilies to the right, there should be a link called [More] under the smilies. Click on that and a small window will open up with more smilies to choose from. Just click the one you want. HTH.
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Old 03-31-2008, 09:08 AM   #32
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ooops.........double ooops...........
Still on that decaf, huh?

Let us know how you make out with the eggrolls.
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Old 03-31-2008, 10:38 AM   #33
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[quote=Jeekinz;577186]Still on that decaf, huh?

Let us know how you make out with the eggrolls.

How did you know????? I'm serious---I've been forbidden to have caffeine due to a mitral valve problem but dang I miss the rush..........

I'll certainly let you know how the eggrolls work out...... but I know these Europeans and Kazakhs and they will go nuts over it......what's passe in the states is new and exciting over here......one of my Kazahk friends went nuts over seafood red sauce....can you believe? Anyway it's fun to cook for them.....and I really look forward to the 11th........
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Old 03-31-2008, 10:45 AM   #34
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If you scroll down to the bottom of any thread, there's a window called Quick Reply that you can start typing in immediately. If you always click on Quote to start a reply, you get the same window, plus the message you're replying to is already quoted (sometimes you don't need the quote, so you can use Quick Reply instead).

So anytime you're replying to a thread and you see a bunch of smilies to the right, there should be a link called [More] under the smilies. Click on that and a small window will open up with more smilies to choose from. Just click the one you want. HTH.
Thank you so much, GotGarlic, for taking the time and trouble to help this computer nitwit out. I really had no clue as to where quick replies was and searched at the top of the screen bar in several DC venues. Never thought to check the bottom.......duh-uh.......you're a doll.....
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Old 03-31-2008, 10:50 AM   #35
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Thank you so much, GotGarlic, for taking the time and trouble to help this computer nitwit out. I really had no clue as to where quick replies was and searched at the top of the screen bar in several DC venues. Never thought to check the bottom.......duh-uh.......you're a doll.....
Hey, no problem. I've been doing PC tech support, full-time or as part of my job, since 1992 - it's pretty much second-nature now
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Old 03-31-2008, 10:57 AM   #36
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Well, you're an angel to help out and I really appreciate it......just wished that I was more computer savvy---so does my DH, DS, and DD........they run for the hills when I call for help......
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