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Re: I’m too old for this? Help with new format

Forums General Melanoma Community I’m too old for this? Help with new format Re: I’m too old for this? Help with new format

    Kimmer
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      Gee Debbie, I figure we’re never too old.  (Well, that is my story and I am sticking to it.)

      I had to look for the button at the top of the threads that says something like ‘return to post’…at first I thought it looked like a pair of binoculars, but on second look, I don’t know what it is…maybe some people?

      It seems like the responses just move on down, kinda like Yahoo! groups but not nearly so confusing.  If you want to just reply to the author, you go back to the original and hit reply under the little pencil icon. 

      You’re right about being used to the old format.  I figure every little thing makes me a wee bit more computer savvy.  Still have a long way to go!

      Wow!  NINE years.  Awesome and congratulations!  I used to live in Royal Oak…Hubs worked for Taubman and I taught 7th grade at a Catholic School in Southfield (St. Bede which is closed now).  I really liked it even though I was a very displaced Southern girl.  We got our now 13 year old Beagledogz as pups when we there.  They (and we) have lived in OH, NC, AL, FL, and SC since then.

      Take good care, K.

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