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Sep 29 2009, 9:59am

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And a tip on the easiest way to copy for 'net newbies :-)

For those who haven't figured this out yet, you don't have to write down and retype all the data you see on the screen. Just choose "Edit" from the drop-down menu options at the top of your browser window and choose "Select All," then copy and paste what you've selected by using those options - also found under the "Edit" menu.

Most of you can also get these options by right-clicking anywhere on the page and selecting from the menu items that appear there.

One caution: Scan quickly over the message before you post it, just to be sure the data you copied doesn't include any information about your personal TORN account. No, I know you won't understand most of the data; but you'd certainly be able to spot, say, your password. Wink

Those left standing will make millions writing books on the way it should have been. --Incubus

(This post was edited by Kyriel on Sep 29 2009, 10:10am)

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