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Re: how to snip/snurl

Thanks Donna for the info......will try it.  Don't have my  original posts 
anymore, so next time.  Still trying to play catch up on the  CHAT emails.  
Decided to start from the top down, since I  wasn't making any progress  starting 
where I left off. 
Appreciate the info Donna!!!
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast 
In a message dated 12/1/2006 11:03:40 AM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Easy to  snurl/snip.
> Just copy the URL you want to send, go to up to the  address bar and type 
> in-
> www.snurl.com.  You will see  the link in the center box, and just click on 
> the
> "snip URL"  box under it... Now go back to your email message and hit 
> control  V
> or how ever you paste... a shorten version will appear in the  message.
> It is
> easier than I explained it.... trust  me!

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