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Adding an Attachment to a post

Discussion in 'Notes For Members' started by starbuck, Jun 12, 2016.

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  1. starbuck

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    Sometimes you may find that a file is too large to post normally or you may have multiple files to post.
    The answer to this is to Attach them.


    Type your reply first in the reply box and then click on the Upload a File button.

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    On the next screen, click on Browse and navigate to the file you need to attach.
    A list of permitted file types are shown on the screen.

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    Clicking on the file will select it for attaching.
    For demonstration purposes we'll select the fixlist.

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    The file will now be added to your reply box.
    Click on Post Reply.

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    To attach multiple files:

    If more than one file needs to be attached.....
    Instead of clicking on Post Reply, click on Upload a File again and repeat the process.
    Then when all the files have been added .... click the Post Reply button.

    Attachments are always added at the bottom of a post.
     
    Bill, allheart55 (Cindy E) and bob12a like this.
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