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Lesson Plans


about forwarding and replying

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Sharon Heneborn (heneborn)
Sat, 04 Dec 1999 01:05:12 -0500


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I just learned something by accident. I selected "select all" which
highlighted the message I wanted to forward/reply. There were too many
of the < lines to reply to the list. I accidentally hit reply before
I hit copy and it copied the message ready to send without the <
marks. I tried it again and it worked. Useful to know when I want to
forward something without adding another row of those pesky useful
marks. Of course all these programs are different.

Sharon from NJ
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about forwarding and replying I just learned something by accident.  I selected  "select a= ll" which highlighted the message I wanted to forward/reply. There were= too many of the < lines to reply to the list.  I accidentally hit r= eply before I hit copy and it copied the message ready to send without the &= lt; marks.  I tried it again and it worked.  Useful to know when I= want to forward something without adding another row of those pesky useful = marks.  Of course all these programs are different.

Sharon from NJ
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