tfb wrote:The is a test post for the purpose of demonstrating the features of the new board.
Returns as of 01/31/2007
1 Year 5 Year 10 Year
Admiral Trsy Money Mkt 4.80% 2.34% 3.67%
Federal Money Mkt Fund 4.90% 2.32% 3.72%
Prime Money Mkt Fund 4.98% 2.35% 3.77%
Treasury Money Mkt Fund 4.64% 2.17% 3.50%
That's probably the easiest way to do it.Wagnerjb wrote:Hi TFB: How do I quote just a part of somebody's posting? I have tried using the Quote feature, but it captures the entire post (then, I simply cut out the part I don't want).
You can also highlight the text you want to quote then click on the Quote button. That won't insert the author's name but you can add it by appending ="username." In fact, you can append almost anything you like as I did here using this:The esteemed poster Wagnerjb wrote:Alternatively, I can use the M* method of cutting and pasting from the other conversation and highlighting the text, but that leaves the author's name off.
[quote="The esteemed poster Wagnerjb"]Alternatively...off.[/quote]
squirl wrote:How do you include a graph from a spreadsheet?
...the image you display must already be available on the Internet (it cannot exist only on your computer, for example, unless you run a webserver!). There is currently no way of storing images locally with phpBB (all these issues are expected to be addressed in the next release of phpBB). To display an image, you must surround the URL pointing to the image with tags.
Squirl wrote:How do you include a graph from a spreadsheet?
- you'd have to save the graph as an image file
- put it up on the web somewhere
- link to that url with the img tags
CyberBob wrote:Host the image at ImageShack.
Zapped wrote:CyberBob wrote:Step 3) Once you push the Host It! button at ImageShack, it will show you a whole bunch of URL addresses. Use the bottom URL to paste into your message here.
Date Fed Funds 91 Day 10 Yr 30 Yr
01/02/08 4.10% 3.25% 3.91% 4.35%
01/03/08 4.25% 3.23% 3.89% 4.37%
01/04/08 4.20% 3.20% 3.86% 4.36%
01/07/08 4.26% 3.25% 3.83% 4.34%
01/08/08 4.28% 3.22% 3.78% 4.31%
dicky wrote:trying to corect a post i previously submitted. used edit button but did not change text.
schuyler74 wrote:LowER wrote:How do I subscribe to a thread without posting?
Actually, posting to a thread doesn't subscribe to it. To subscribe, click the link at the very bottom of the page that says "Subscribe Topic". Then you'll get an email every time there's a post you haven't read yet (the site keeps track of which posts you've seen).
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while /bin/true; do
echo "This is a test of real code"
Can someone explain this to me in really easy to understsand terms (you don't have to start with "turn your computer on", but please make it pretty basic)?
ruralavalon wrote:I get as far as creating the comparison graph at Morningstar. Is there any more to do before the steps you describe?
Default User BR wrote:ruralavalon wrote:We have windows, use internet explorer.
When I right click on the graph, and choose "properties,"
With IE, right-click and select "Save Picture".
ruralavalon wrote:Tried to skip ahead to things already on our computer, right clicked on a picture and on a WPerfect document.
Did not get "view image", "save picture", or anything similar sounding as a choice.
Went to Yahoo and right clicked on a picture, selected "copy shortcut", got a long url, tried to put in quotes and insert in the img function, got this:
ruralavalon wrote:No success, will copy and save the instructions. I am probably misunderstanding something real basic, and so will try again in few days when less frustrated.
Dale, it looks like you're trying to embed an image in a post and have it link to a web site. Instructions are included to do this in Showing images in posts in the BBCode guide.Dale_G wrote:[url][IMG]=http://i43.tinypic.com/2nr0ox3.png]test
pennstater2005 wrote:How do I snip quotes?
rjb112 wrote:How do you post screenshots?
I notice that the Jing/Screencast.com embed code does not work. Already tried it.
It's easy to take a screenshot and then send it to screencast.com, then post the URL to that screenshot.
But how do you post the screenshot itself?
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