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  1. Re: How do you insert a sign into a document if you don't have Office?

    Thank you everybody for your suggestions.:thanks Very helpful.
  2. How do you insert a sign into a document if you don't have Office?

    SWMBO has a keyboard that has a $ sign but no sign.

    In Office Word you can go to Insert then Symbol and then it's easy to insert a sign.

    But what do you do if you don't have Office? Is...
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    Re: black mould on exposed aggregate concrete

    mould, not mold which is Yank and this forum is Kiwi. Get it right!:groan:
  4. Thread: Todays Joke

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    Re: Todays Joke

    One sunny day in January 2021 an old man approached the White House from across Pennsylvania Avenue, where he’d been sitting on a park bench.

    He spoke to the U.S. Marine standing guard and said, ...
  5. Thread: Gene Editing

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    Gene Editing

    Why are there so many against gene editing? We've been doing it for thousands of years, just not the way it's being done today.

    We have been cross pollinating plants and cross breeding animals,...
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    Re: black mould on exposed aggregate concrete

    Quite agree. Wet and Forget is far too expensive. We have used 30 Second Spray and Walk Away as well. Very satisfied even though it does take awhile. We have used it on the black mould on the south...
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    Re: Rock Salt or Sea Salt

    And if you've ever lived in the country you'll know that the farmers put out a salt lick for their cattle.
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    Re: Rock Salt or Sea Salt

    That's interesting. Thanks for that Zqwerty.:)
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    Re: It's the twelfth day of Christmas

    The Easter cards will be in the stores as well. The retailers want to make the best of a good thing. It's a bit like Christmas. The shops have their decorations up in November.:waughh:
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    Re: Rock Salt or Sea Salt

    Quite agree. We rarely use salt now - only occasionally on chips from the local takeaway and on crisps which started this thread.
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    Re: Rock Salt or Sea Salt

    Yes, but that's pink salt. Our salt is white. The only thing pink about our salt is the colour that the sea water turns when evaporating the sea water in the ponds at Lake Grassmere Salt Works about...
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    Re: Rock Salt or Sea Salt

    Thank you, Piroska.

    While the harvesting processes may be different, surely it is only the minerals that are harvested with the salt that is the difference, the chemical composition of the salt...
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    Rock Salt or Sea Salt

    In an ad for a supermarket I saw them advertising potato chips garnished with Sea Salt and I wondered why they should point out that it's Sea Salt rather than Rock Salt. Surely salt is salt and it...
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    Re: How do you access Freeview TV On Demand?

    Thanks for your advice everyone.

    I don't have a smart TV which is why I asked.

    I will do as you say, Piroska, and Cast it to my TV.:thanks
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    How do you access Freeview TV On Demand?

    I see advertised on the TV every so often, Freeview TV On Demand but have no idea how to access it.

    Will someone please tell me how I do that, please.:help::thanks
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    It's the twelfth day of Christmas

    According to legend it's the twelfth day of Christmas. Time to put away the Christmas tree and take down the decorations for another year.

    We hope that you had a great Christmas and are looking...
  17. Thread: Todays Joke

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    Re: Todays Joke

    How do you tell the difference between tourists and locals?:illogical
  18. Thread: Unwanted stuff

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    Re: Unwanted stuff

    How sad.:horrified You don't have to be religious to have a Merry Christmas. The big enjoyment we get out of Christmas is seeing our grandchildren's joy when they open their presents. Priceless.:)...
  19. Thread: Unwanted stuff

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    Re: Unwanted stuff

    That's not very nice.:( What do you tell them when they ask you if you enjoyed their gift? Do you lie or do you tell them you gave it away or sold it?:horrified
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    Re: I'm a boobs man, myself

    So why wait for someone else to post "positive and entertaining discussion"? Why not post something yourself?
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    Re: Senior's Revenge

    An oldie but a goodie.:D
  22. Thread: Two faced

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    Re: Two faced

    Very droll.:rolleyes:
  23. Thread: You want what?

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    Re: You want what?

    Yes it was, but there was an allowance made for the distance it was carted.

    And you said good for crays: that was what the local fisherman fished for, but the only reason the fisherman could...
  24. Thread: You want what?

    by Roscoe
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    You want what?

    We owned a service station in a little town called Ward, 50km south of Blenheim in the early 60s. Our petrol was dearer than Blenheim and people travelling up from Christchurch would stop in for...
  25. Thread: Unwanted stuff

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    Re: Unwanted stuff

    SWMBO and daughters ask me what I would like for Christmas. That way I receive something I want and they are happy.
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