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How can I cut and paste someones explination on how to do something into my home page, like personal notes, ect?
I see alote of good information like "how to post a game I played" and such, and would like to save the instructions for that and other helpful hints....im kinda' slow on learning and remembering stuff...
I would believe there is a way just to cut and paste all these goodies, but alas, like I declared, I'm kinda' slow..
Thanks in advance!
Your Chess.com friend from tha' desert of Arizona U.S.A.
Alex "Sully" Sullivan
make a group and post there
I just paste them into a Word document, then save it to my Desktop
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