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Author: TMFPixy Big gold star, 5000 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 75335  
Subject: Re: How many IRA accounts? Date: 11/26/1998 11:38 AM
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Al,

<<OK thanks I understand now.
But i still don't understand how to highlight stuff
type "bold in the quotes???">>


LOL at how I blew that one. Let's try again. Ignore the quote signs and the spaces within those quotes for what follows. Before the very first letter of the phrase you wish to highlight type "< I >" and/or "< b >" to italicize or use bold face. Typing both in succession uses both. To turn off the highlighting, after the last letter in the phrase type "< / I >" and/or "< / b >". Remember, there are no quotes and no spaces between those notations, and they appear immediately before and immediately after the phrase to be highlighted.

Regards….Pixy
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