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  1. Re: How to edit in a document rather than write in pen

    See my previous post. All done, thank you, Wainui.
  2. Re: How to edit in a document rather than write in pen

    Thank you, Wainui. I downloaded Adobe Reader (along with a couple of McAfee programmes that I do not want and will delete) and it worked. We have filled in the form and sent it off.

    Thank you very...
  3. Re: How to edit in a document rather than write in pen

    Thank you, Wainui.

    I downloaded Ashampoo PDF Free and that part went alright, but when I opened the document I want to edit it had printed, in large letters over the form; "Member's Name." Do you...
  4. Re: How to edit in a document rather than write in pen

    It is a PDF. Is that alright?
  5. How to edit in a document rather than write in pen

    We have a document that needs to be filled in and rather than filling it in by printing it out then handwriting we would like to fill it in by typing in the document then sending it off.

    Is there...
  6. Thread: Challenges

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    Re: Challenges

    Very true, Ken. Have a look around you. There is always someone who is worse off than you. And do you notice? They are not complaining - and neither should we.

    Count your blessings.:banana
  7. Thread: Today's Joke

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    Re: Today's Joke

    That's why I think poufters should not be able to adopt children. They will be brought up to think that poufters are normal and will be wondering why their friends at school have heterosexual...
  8. Thread: Today's Joke

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    Re: Today's Joke

    What are you trying to say, Dave? That poufters are normal? That their disgusting habits are natural?

    I'm not saying that everyone should do what's natural. What I am saying is that poufters are...
  9. Thread: Today's Joke

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    So what are you trying to say? That poufters are normal? That poufters adopting children is natural?

    There's nothing normal or natural about poufters. Just because they have made poufter...
  10. Re: Omron Blood Pressure Monitor -- Chemist Warehouse.

    We would not go to Chemist Warehouse even if they are cheaper. We have been going to the same pharmacy for about the last 40 years and they have had the same owner for most of that time so it makes...
  11. Thread: Today's Joke

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    Re: Today's Joke

    So he's teaching his adoptive son how to be a poufter. That can't be normal. Every child needs a mum and a dad. They learn different things from each parent.

    Poufters should not be allowed to...
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    Re: Why drop the "ing"?

    I was not talking about UK English, I was talking about Kiwi English, and if you have ever been to the UK you will realise that Kiwi English is quite different. It's the same with Yank English. If...
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    Re: Why drop the "ing"?

    I said you don't do camp, you do camping, that's why it is a camping ground. Or in your case you go to camp. Two different things.:)
  14. Re: There's nothing worth watching on the TV these days

    Very good, Bevy, but it only told us when it began, not where, which I did.:cool:
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    Why drop the "ing"?

    Have noticed many people and organisations that are dropping the "ing" off the ends of words.

    For example: It used to be a camping ground. Now it's a campground.

    Our...
  16. Re: There's nothing worth watching on the TV these days

    A true cynic! :rolleyes:
  17. Re: There's nothing worth watching on the TV these days

    We have been watching a lot more On Demand these days. A vast improvement to what they are playing on free-to-air TV. We've had a look at the ABC's programme "The Gloaming." There are quite a few...
  18. Re: A good dishwasher repairman - recommendations please

    That's why I have never heard of it. We have gas.

    Thanks for that.
  19. Re: A good dishwasher repairman - recommendations please

    What is a simmerstat? I've never heard of that before. I'm certain we don't have one on our oven.:confused:
  20. Re: Happy Easter. Don't forget the reason for the season.

    I never said it was perfect, I only said that life on earth is far too complex - with so many species dependent on so many other species - that you would have to be some sort of fool if you believe...
  21. Re: Bathrooms - why don't they call them what they are: toilets?

    Yes, BM. I remember that and wonder why the cistern does not need to be that high nowadays?

    And I still say, "Pull the chain.";)
  22. Re: Bathrooms - why don't they call them what they are: toilets?

    All this talk about toilets reminded me of my Nana who lived in Petone (Wellington) in the 1950s. Originally she had an outside loo - in her generation you would never have the toilet inside the...
  23. Re: Happy Easter. Don't forget the reason for the season.

    I'm certain that you are correct. Many would have been innocent.

    But where is the proof that there is a God? It's all around you. You just have to look at the wonder of nature and how many species...
  24. Re: Happy Easter. Don't forget the reason for the season.

    Thank you for your Easter wishes, Paul. We are going over to our daughter's place for an Easter egg hunt which we are certain our grandson will enjoy as much as us.

    And we went out to a lovely...
  25. Re: Happy Easter. Don't forget the reason for the season.

    Because the thousands were criminals. The one that they singled out was Jesus Christ, the son of God. I thought everyone knew that story. Where have you been? On another planet?:waughh:
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