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    I have my browser (Firefox) set up with a width of 800px. All of the forums I access appear fine except (for some reason) the Windows XP forum. When I view this, the 'You've got questions' pane on the right overlaps the threads list pane on the left.

    (I'd attach a picture if I could only find out how this is done...)

    Chris

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    For picture taking - try using the Print Screen button. You can then paste the picture into an image editor -or even word/ppt and upload the file.

    Now as for the first part of your question, I also use FF and I'm not seeing a You've got questions pane at all.
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    When I change my resolution to 600 x 800 I see the same thing in the XP forum as well. I use FF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catharine Richardson - WebGenii View Post
    For picture taking - try using the Print Screen button. You can then paste the picture into an image editor.
    In the image editor, crop then save as a GIF.
    If you upload a GIF (or JPG) the image appears directly in the post.
    If you save as a bmp, or paste into a Word file, users need to open another application to see the image.
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    Thanks John
    a small child distracted me before I finished those instructions properly. I'm just lucky I didn't tell the poster to wash his hands and put away his toys.
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