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Re: Saving a whole post

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02-11-2019 06:41:29

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Personally I just copy and paste it into a text document from Modern View. On Classic View, it's harder to do that and have it make any sense because of the order, but it is possible. You can use the Printer Friendly link which removes some of the formatting and then use your mouse to select and copy all the text, then paste that into a text document on your computer.

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02-11-2019 14:53:07

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 Re: Saving a whole post in reply to YTSupport, 02-11-2019 06:41:29  
Excellent! Thank you. Lucky fir me my wife knows what you are talking about ! Lol lots of good information and I would like to reference in the future

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02-12-2019 06:59:04

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 Re: Saving a whole post in reply to Grandpa love, 02-11-2019 14:53:07  
Anything I want to save I print out, try to hold nothing in computor, it would be way overloaded and chance of computor going bad you would loose everything. I don't know how to store things externally. But for printing it is very easy on classic. Just look at line below posts that says printer frendly, just click on that and then hit print and have plenty of ink and paper in printer. It is actually easier that you putting up this post. And I am not computor savy.

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