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  •  Just saw it on Huffington Post (4+ / 0-)
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    arizonablue, davehouck, Cliss, DRo

    and then googled New Mexico shooting.  I thought at first it was Arizona but it's not.  It took place somewhere outside Albequerque.  Not much info yet.

    I don't know how to do links.

    •  Hi Virginia (5+ / 0-)
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      Phil S 33, Cliss, DRo, MRA NY, BachFan

      At the top of your browser may be an address bar; when you are on the page of the article you are reading, right click on the address bar; this should highlight the address and give you the option to "copy" it.

      When you are writing, or now if you click edit, if you want to make a link, highlight a word or phrase that you want to link to the page with the article; then in the row of buttons below the text box you are writing or editing in, there is a "link" button.  Click on the link button; the words or phrase you highlighted will be in the "label" box.  In the "URL" box, right click and choose the option to "paste".  The address you copied from the page you were reading is now shown in the URL box (be sure to check to see that "http://" doesn't show up twice at the beginning of the address).

      That's all there is to it.  Note some Apple computers don't have right click, and I don't know the work around for that.  Note also that some browsers may be set up to hide the address bar; but if so there are other ways to get the address.

      I hope this helps.  And thank you for bringing this story to our attention.

      Love one another

      by davehouck on Sun Jan 20, 2013 at 11:38:18 AM PST

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