By qmissy2000 Latest Reply 2010-07-11 12:51:52 -0500
Started 2010-07-10 16:03:35 -0500

Is there a way to save my favorite recipes here? Rather than having to scroll back thru to find a particular one I like?

Tags: recipes

5 replies

Kirla 2010-07-11 12:51:52 -0500 Report

I posted this a while ago for someone else. I don’t know how much you know about computers but this may help someone else if you already know.

You can copy and paste them into a word document using Microsoft word or similar program.

All you need to do is click and highlight what you want to copy and then left click the highlighted area and choose copy. Then open a word document and right click on a blank page and choose paste. I copy and paste all the time.

Some websites will not allow you to highlight and copy. Them you have to take a picture. Find on your keyboard the print screen key. Once you have what you want to copy on the monitor hit the print screen key. Then open the Microsoft paint program and paste into a blank document. You can then select what you want and cut and paste into a word document.

Either way you will be able to print the recipes or save them on the computer.

If you have a hard time copying and pasting find a high school kid in your family and they may be able to help. Most kids know how to copy and paste and should be able to figure out how to print screen and paste into a paint program.

I found some sites that may do a better job explaining how to copy and paste. Once you learn how you will be able to copy and paste just abut anything you want Spend some time practicing.

Gook Luck

RAYT721 2010-07-10 16:51:49 -0500 Report

You can either bookmark the recipes to your Internet Explorer and tab them as "recipes" or copy/paste to a word processor or you can print them if you want a hard copy. We keep a looseleaf binder for favorites and I even have my own online cookbook on my own website (private pages) for keeper recipes. As far as filing them on the site, I don't think so but others may know more than I do. I'm just a bald, fat, middle aged computer geek.

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