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  1. Bush Lady

    Bush Lady Thread Starter

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    When I bring up a text document or Rich document, and I want to add something to it. It doesn't do what I want. It puts in somewhere else. When I want bigger print or different color. I suddenly have it were I don't want it. And it puts tabs were I don't want them.

    When I want to put a document down, it won't stay down. It keeps going up and down a few times.

    I have had this for a while. It is driving me nuts. Literally.

    Can anyone Help.
     
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    What program are you using to do these changes?

    Can you post a clean copy of one of these files?
    Clean means everything removed that you do not want to be seen in public.
     
  3. Bush Lady

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    I am trying to put a text document on the desk top and bring up the paint fetcher and take a picture of the text document. But I did it once and now I don't remember how I did it. :eek:
     
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    To take a screenshot,

    1- Hit the Printscreen key on your keyboard. This will copy your entire screen to the clipboard. Hitting ALT + Printscreen will only copy the active window.

    2- Open Paint. (click Start > Run > type mspaint and click OK)

    3- Select Edit.

    4- Click on Paste. (or simply press CTRL+V on your keyboard)

    5- Select File.

    6- Click on Save As...

    7- Save your screenshot as a JPEG file.

    8- Attach the screenshot to your next post.
     
  5. Bush Lady

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    I've up loaded a picture of my desk top with a file on it.
     

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    Seems you have copied recipes from a Web page and pasted them into WordPad, am I right?
     
  7. Bush Lady

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    What I have there is a list of the things that I haven't used in my blogs. That one is "Dinner on a Dime" to "Finnish".
    I am working on "Pork" right now. I have a lot of stuff that I haven't used yet.
    I still have a enough left to do.
    When I am making the list and say need a bigger print, or Bold letters. I go to the top and press the "B". I sometimes get a tab were the "B" is, down at the bottom. Were I typed the last item. The word then is over were the tab is.
    It does the same thing when I want to change colors for the print.
    And when I put the page down it keeps coming back up.

    And it doesn't do this all the time.
    I am doing something right now and everything is "OK'

    I am this month on one of the Blogs putting up just Seasoning Mix

    So I need a list of what I haven't put up so I don't have to look through l list of recipes that I have used already.

    At the bottom of each post I put up, That is my two blogs.
    I have a lot of stuff.
     
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