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    Probably a silly question, but if you want to add a quote to your post, but only a portion of what someone has posted how do you do this? Do you have to add the entire quote to your response then try to delete the portion you don't want?

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    click on quote, then delete the parts of the quote you don't want to use. Just don't delete the [QUOTE] parts.

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    I actually typed in the brackets and QUOTE words and the part I wanted to quote once, but it took me about 3 times as long as the way you mention does.

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    Thank you for the tips.

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