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Great tip Carp... I'll do one better...<br><br>If you are using OSX, you can type it once in the post, then select all of it and drag it to your desktop. This creates a text clipping, you can then drag the clipping right into the "Post" input box and it will have it all right there without even opening another doc, copying or pasting. Then all you have to do is edit the file name at the end.<br><br>
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Hang on. I am going to try that tip.<br>OK, I tried it but only got as far as dragging the selection to the desktop (which is cool, thanks)<br>When I try to drag it back to a post, I get a "specified server not found" message.<br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by sross on 10/25/02 06:24 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
I am still having a problem with dragging the text back into a post. What do you open it with?<br>When I do a "get info," it says the finder is opening it.<br>I then selected text editor in textedit and it still gives the "specified server could not be found"<br>What do you open the selections with when you drag them to the desktop?<br>Thanks<br><br>
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