How to copy and paste in Paint to post in forums?

  CurlyWhirly 20:55 04 Jun 2005
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Something has been bugging me and that is sometimes I only wish to send a small section of a website page on to a forum and I managed it once after a lot of trial and error but have since forgotten how I did it!


Is there an idiot proof way of doing this?
It is difficult to explain exactly HOW to do this in the PCA helproom I know but if anyone knows of a few links or websites that would help me I would be very grateful.
Cheers.

  Technotiger 21:12 04 Jun 2005

Hi, was it this one?


click here

Cheers.

  CurlyWhirly 21:19 04 Jun 2005

Hi. Yes it was that website and I know how to use it to send WHOLE pictures or websites but how to send a partial section eludes me hence my query!

  powerless 21:19 04 Jun 2005

click here

Upload your saved image to click here

and provide a link that imageshack will give you...so people can click it and see.

[Sorry about the plug]

  CurlyWhirly 21:29 04 Jun 2005

Cheers Powerless.
That's exactly what I was after!

The only thing is that it is going to take a bit of time to take it all in as your video goes a bit too quickly for the likes of myself but I will write the stages down until I know how to do it backwards.
Thanks very much for going to so much trouble. ;0)

  CurlyWhirly 23:40 04 Jun 2005

Update:


After practicing I think I now have it sussed WITHOUT having to refer to my notes.
Thanks again.

  powerless 01:04 05 Jun 2005
  wee eddie 08:27 05 Jun 2005

Powerless, you're a Star.

  CurlyWhirly 10:42 05 Jun 2005

Powerless, you're a Star.


He certainly is IMHO as not knowing how to do the above was driving me mad until I saw his video which was much easier to follow than reading some text trying to explain it!

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