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    [img ]URL[/img]]

    hOPE THIS Works.
    Mike M

  • #2
    Re: name plate picture

    Here Ya go Mike;
    It's a little tricky inserting pictures but quite easy after you catch on.


    • #3
      Re: name plate picture

      Thanks Bill,

      One of these days this old guy will learn how to do it.  I remember you told me about the URL.  

      Will try with an other picture some other time.



      • #4
        Re: name plate picture

        OK Mike;
        It's  a little tricky posting pictures on this site at the start but after you get it figured out it is really quite easy.
        Maybe you just were'nt holding your ears right.
        I'll try to help you via email on how to do it.


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