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    Test but how?

    Do I get to my last post I tried to do? When I submitted it did not work because I was not logged in.

    Do I have to re-do it all over again?

    #2
    Originally posted by Donna View Post
    Do I get to my last post I tried to do? When I submitted it did not work because I was not logged in.

    Do I have to re-do it all over again?
    This is unclear.
    What did you do that you want to re-do?
    Send pm to me, with your telephone number, and I'll try to help.
    JEFFREY SHAW, solicitor [and Topic Expert], Nether Edge Law*
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      #3
      It's OK - I just re-did it darling. You should be able to see it now.

      Any pointers appreciated.

      Donna

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