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    screen dump in post

    Let me say first up - yes - I have looked at "help" and I dont understand!

    I want to know how I put a screen dump in the body of my post.

    Kerry

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    Re: screen dump in post

    Try A Guide to Attaching Screenshots from the Starpost Index <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>

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    Re: screen dump in post

    On second reading, you want to put it in the "body" of your post.

    The only way to do that is to add a url thus: <!t>[image]<!/t>image url<!t>[/image]<!/t> - but this will require you to place the image on the web somewhere.

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    Re: screen dump in post

    Now that I dont know how to do, but I will have to learn. Thats a whole new area for me.

    Thanks anyway.

    Kerry

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    Re: screen dump in post

    Hope you'll excuse me if you already know this. I don't know if your internet connectivity is a "work-only" situation where this might not apply, but many ISPs include in their service some (usually fairly small) amount of "free" web space that most users don't ever take advantage of. If you have such a nicety where you are, it's pretty easy to learn to use one of the <img src=/S/free.gif border=0 alt=free width=30 height=15> FTP programs to upload files to a web space. In fact, many ISPs include tutorials for doing so on their web pages.

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