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Re: With text & a purpose

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Posted by  Gareth Guiver on March 04, 2002 at 13:02:37:

In Reply to:  Re: NT: this is a photo of the Holburne Museum in Bath posted by Paul Malo on March 04, 2002 at 10:51:32:

Your question is relavant so, i know that sometime's students & others do not have time on there hands to search for things, as i made a mistake in the begining when posting these photographs of not stateing the building on the subject line i thiought it best to rectify the problem.

Atleast now people can read what is inside the post without having to open it & waiting to download the image only to find its something that they have no interest in.

The problem of how to post an image in the forum is new to me, but believe me im your fastest learner.

The above post "The Royal Cresent" has the correct subject heading.

 
 
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