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    Hmmmmm... In that case... Take two aspirings and call me in the morning!



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    Granny's tut's are brilliant and you are a quick learner,excellent
    My BUDDIES Crops, Eye, Jazz, Smile, Sue, Rosana,twpclerk, Moonlightpearl and Vanessa

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    Thumbs up Special!!!!!!!!!

    Omajo, So Wonderful, I Loved Interlaced Thing, I Do Not Obtain To Make This Thus! Already I Tried! In The Psp,

    These Only Absolutely Wonderful

    Great Job Girl


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    Quote Originally Posted by rosana brito View Post
    I Loved Interlaced Thing, I Do Not Obtain To Make This Thus! Already I Tried! In The Psp,
    Rosana, Real-Draw Pro has a special tool for this. It is called the Push-Back Object. I do not think any other program has a similar tool.

    You simply draw a shape over the place where one object covers another, and the object that is beneath comes to the top.

    You can make chains of rings (below, left) or even of complex shapes (right).

    Real-Draw Pro is the program that Granny offers as the tool-set for her site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Granny View Post
    Hmmmmm... In that case... Take two aspirings and call me in the morning!

    It's morning................................

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    Woman, go outside to the patio, gather up all the alumminum cans, brake you piggy bank open, cash in the kids college fund saving bonds, empty out the 401K, morgage the house, take a loan agains hubby's life insurance, then go down to Office Depot or Fry's or Stapples and get more memory.

    With the left over money, can you come over and sign up!!! You won't regret it!



    Marion , Steve, Moonbeam, Ladybug, Wolvsie, Fourfoxes, Vanessa, PinkLollipop and Winnie49 are my buddies!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granny View Post
    Woman, go outside to the patio, gather up all the alumminum cans, brake you piggy bank open, cash in the kids college fund saving bonds, empty out the 401K, morgage the house, take a loan agains hubby's life insurance, then go down to Office Depot or Fry's or Stapples and get more memory.

    With the left over money, can you come over and sign up!!! You won't regret it!

    Well is this "Computer Memory" or "Brain Memory"?
    Which one can we buy
    Wish could increase my "BM" with 2 GB and my "CM" ~

    My buddies: Nanwu, Moonlightpearl

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    Quote Originally Posted by omajo View Post
    Well is this "Computer Memory" or "Brain Memory"?
    Which one can we buy
    Wish could increase my "BM" with 2 GB and my "CM" ~

    I am with you Omajo. I wish I could increase my Brain Memory at least 2 GB's!
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    Adding memory to your computer is cake and pie..all ya really have to remember is to be free of static while doing it, ie: Don't be standing on a carpet. Memory is pretty cheep too depending on what ya want.


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    No, no, no, it ain't all that simple. You have to be sure you are buying the right kind of memory. Is it DDR or DDA, do you have extra slots, or do you have to buy it in serials. Is it compatible with the mother (in law) board? Is it short term or long term? Does it have selective memory like a teenager, or is it like an elephant's, never forgets anything?

    Tuh tuh tuh... Be careful how you replace the little darlings!



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