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    My latest. Tom Golisano, buffalo sabres owner. In baltic birch 1/4" x 8 x 10

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    Check me out on the web:


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      Les-jr gallery. I don't know how to add a link. sorry. Les


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        Hi less/ I think you can go down, scroll down after your post. and see manage attachments??? click on that,, ok. then a winsdow will come up for you . brows,,,,,photoes or documents or what ever. go to your photoes. then open , then go to a file. then open. then go to a photo then open. the brows will come up. in all cases. open. each one ok. select each photo. but lower your pixales. make your pictuer smaller. does this make sence. ok sorry if it dont. if only one picture is selected. you can just click on . go up. ok. sumet/. then wait. dang this is hard . hope this helped. Evie


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