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    ibex7 responded:
    Hey, Kitty! From the Goat! Now, that's what I'm talkin' about! Thank you sweetie. X
    snowyowl33 responded:
    where's mine??? ...... sniffle....
    Why are you trying so hard to fit in when you were born to stand out (only author I know was the one who wrote it on the bathroom stall....Anon)
    slik_kitty replied to snowyowl33's response:
    check out part 3. there is an owl there for you. it's next to the goat. he he he

    they're all in the tips section on the ride side of the window.
    margaroo replied to slik_kitty's response:
    OK, I'll admit that I am illiterate on how to do these things. I can click on the links to get the icon at the top of the page, but what do I do to add them to the text of a message?

    While I am asking questions, I have a picture of the little red dog I took a couple of years ago and now have a scanner. How do I scan the photo and bring it here to post with my ID?

    slik_kitty replied to margaroo's response:
    when you are writing a post, open a second window to webmd. then go to tips on the right side of the screen in the second window and open one of them. copy the text next to the pic of the smilie you want to use. then go back to the window with your post. just above the posting window, click on the box above the posting window that looks like a little screen and says add image when you put the cursor on it. it's the one on the right end of the boxes. then paste what you copied into the window that pops up, then click ok. the smilie will show up wherever your cursor is in the posting window. if you want to move it you can click on it and drag it to a new spot in the window.

    scan your pic into your computer and save it somewhere that you will remember where you put it. he he he. then click on "my exchange profile" on the upper left of the exchange window. under your pic in your profile click on where it says "change my picture". click on select image. find the file where you saved your pic and open it. then click on upload. adjust the pic so it shows what you want it to show. then click on submit, or ok, whatever the button says. can't remember. he he he. then you just wait for them to approve your profile pic.
    snowyowl33 replied to slik_kitty's response:
    Thanks Kitty!!
    Why are you trying so hard to fit in when you were born to stand out (only author I know was the one who wrote it on the bathroom stall....Anon)
    bpcookie replied to slik_kitty's response:
    but wheres mine? LOL
    slik_kitty replied to bpcookie's response:
    yours is on this one silly. he he he. it's the dog.

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