Re: [genpcncfir] Delete, C & P, Instructions
- Dear Jewelle, Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! I am getting the
hang of it. This group is a wonderful resource for
anyone having problems with the computer. I have
learned more from all of you "geeks" than I ever
learned in my classes. Later, Carol
--- Jewelle Baker <jewellebaker@...> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----__________________________________
> From: LdMel1
> Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2005 12:55 AM
> Subject: Re: [genpcncfir] Gentle Reminders... Please
> > May be there are some that do not realize how to
> do that to remove what they
> > do not need to reply to. I suggest you explain
> how to take care of this
> > problem. Just a suggestion. Linda
> > Jewelle wrote:
> > When Replying... take a moment to delete ALL of
> the forwarding message except
> > the part that you are discussing......
> > and extremely important....
> > Scroll down to the bottom of the message and
> DELETE ALL of our Tags and
> > YahooGroup Tags as they will be added again with
> each posting.
> > This is imperative and a great help in saving
> webspace at our Archives.
> Thanks Linda... good suggestion!
> There are several good procedures .. the below is
> an easy one:
> Hit Reply... when message transfers... HighLight
> part you want to change, hit Delete Button..
> To HighLight:
> Place Curser on beginning
> area to be HighLighted... Hold Shift down
> placing Curser at end of
> area to be deleted .. (HighLighted area will be
> Hit Delete Button...
> Voila!!! Gone!
> This procedure can be used for any amount of
> text ... Another way...
> Hold Curser at beginning or
> end of word .... pull across.. it will HighLight,
> hit Delete
> Hold Curser at beginning of
> paragraph, pull down area you don't want to include,
> hit Delete
> To indicate that parts have been deleted, (note
> above), type <DELETE> a courtesy to Viewers...
> If you delete more than you intended... hold Ctrl
> and hit Z ... all should return.
> To Copy and Paste:
> HighLight using method
> Hold Ctrl hit C (to
> then to Paste it
> into another document... be it eMail... WORD..
> NotePad.. etc
> Hold Ctrl hit V
> This method is very good on the Web should you find
> areas in a Document you want to save. Always
> remember to document it by including your Source
> (Web Page URL and give credit to Owner, if known)
> "Tags" are found at the bottom of each of our
> eMails...... I suggest you scroll down to the end
> of this
> message and you will see the information concerning
> Pitt Co Historical Society, CHRONICLE info, Diane
> Mason's Pitt Co WebSite and my note to visitors
> perusing our Archives, and YahooGroups notices.
> "Tags" have been known to be included 4 or 5 times
> on just one forwarded eMail. Please use your
> Button on these as they will automatically be added
> with the next GenPCNCFIR eMail.
> BTW... dear Group!! I AM NOT and
> don't profess to be ... a Computer Whiz..... so if
> any of
> our Computer Geeks can add better informed
> information and "How-To" ... we all will welcome
> Meanwhile... hope this helps.
> Group.... always feel free to
> contact me privately.... anytime. I'm here for
> you.... this is YOUR
> Group and I welcome suggestions and constructive
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