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A member sent me a pm a few weeks back, asking about the "quote" function.

It is really useful to keep comments and replies in context with the right post, and it's used frequently,  but some folks aren't experienced in using it. So, for "new to forums" members, here's a brief "how to."

Two ways to use "quote" on my phone:

Quote the entire post (which is sometimes too much), click on the quote button on the bottom of the post, and the software will open a new post for you. Easy peasy. You can delete part of the quoted  post, as you wish...

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OR, on a phone or other touch screen, you can touch, hold, and highlight the section you wish to respond to, and then select quote (not copy), and a new reply box will open with your abbreviated quote. Screenshot_20230525_193309_Chrome.thumb.jpg.ed0f212333c1dcfea8ba301b291fd11d.jpg

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