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If anyone is interested, a bio of me is being featured on this group today - it is a great group... how I met their standards, I'll never know!  https://mewe.com/join/christianherbalists
 
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Congratulations!
I can't see your link because I have no account there, but I think it's very cool you are being noticed for what you do :D
YAY!!
 
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Pearl Sutton wrote:Congratulations!
I can't see your link because I have no account there, but I think it's very cool you are being noticed for what you do :D
YAY!!



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Perhaps you could screenshot the page for those who don’t wish to create an account on the site.
 
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Megan Palmer wrote:Perhaps you could screenshot the page for those who don’t wish to create an account on the site.



Honestly, I have no idea how to do that - only option I see is "image link".  It is a Christian herbalist group... a bit different from what we usually discuss here at Permies.  I doubt most folks would be interested, and I probably shouldn't have posted, for modesty's sake alone.  But, there is no delete option on Permies... so I guess it stands  It was nice to be included and mentioned though
 
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I'm on mewe, joined their group, and can't find any of their posts, lol.
 
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Judson Carroll wrote:

Honestly, I have no idea how to do that - only option I see is "image link".  It is a Christian herbalist group... a bit different from what we usually discuss here at Permies.  I doubt most folks would be interested, and I probably shouldn't have posted, for modesty's sake alone.  But, there is no delete option on Permies... so I guess it stands  It was nice to be included and mentioned though



On a computer, there’s a print screen key after pressed, you can you can paste it to a word document then cut and paste into a post here. If you are on a tablet or phone, pressing the home key and the side key simultaneously takes a screen shot. Sorry am not near a computer to give you more comprehensive instructions. There are also free apps that you can download - search for “apps to copy screen displays”
 
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I click the print screen button, and then paste into Paint, and save that and then attach it.
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