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Here are some sites? How important do you all think self-sufficiency will be in the coming months? How can we increase our sufficiency? Just a few interesting places to check out. Little Bit Farm

-- Little Bit Farm (, September 12, 2001


A really dumb computer question here. I'd love to check out all those sites, but how can I do that without actually copying down all those hyroglyphics? Am I missing an elementary, essential, way to click, or import or something? Please don't judge, just an old computer-illiterate grandma here.

-- melina b. (, September 12, 2001.

There are two ways that you can get your browser to do what you want. First you can left click and drag the curser across the above links. Then you click on the edit button at the top of the explorer page and hit "copy". Then you click on the address bar and delete the current address, then you go to edit again and click paste. this will paste the new address into your browser. Then you can hit enter on your keyboard.

the much easier method is to have the posts to this forum e-mailed to you, then they come through the e-mail as links. Besides this makes it a lot easier to keep up with the conversation.

Little Bit Farm

-- Little bit farm (, September 12, 2001.

Melina you cut and paste by "highlighting" or "blocking" the text you want to copy. Depress the left mouse button and move the mouse button to "colorize" the part you are blocking. Whikle it is blockes depress the right mouse button and point to copy and click. Now you can point to the place to paste the URL and again right click but this time select paste and then click. Pretty neat huh? Play around with it you can't hurt anything.

-- rick K (, September 14, 2001.

Melina it should say Depress the left mouse button and move the mouse not mouse button.


-- rick K (, September 14, 2001.

Melinna thanks for asking your dumb e-mail question because now, thanks to ricks kind answer I know how to do it! Thanks!

-- trendle ellwood (, September 15, 2001.

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