[24hoursupport] Re: Wondering if someone can help.

  • From: "Ron Allen" <chizotz@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: 24hoursupport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 11:00:21 -0400

Hello Joellen,

If a link in an email or other document "wraps" to the 
next line, you can't just copy and paste it into the 
browser and have it go; you have to copy both lines 
individually and paste them in or use some other method to 
get them together all on one line. I think that may be 
what you're referring to on the first part.

The second part of your question I don't quite understand. 
You almost certainly do have ActiveX installed... what 
version of Windows are you running? I question the 
valididty and purpose behind any emails you receieve 
saying you don't have it -- how would anyone else know 
that, anyway? That doesn't sound right to me. Maybe 
someone else has more of a clue what could be happening. 
I'm sorry, I don't have time at this moment to try to 
figure it out in more detail for you.


On Mon, 29 Sep 2003 05:20:04 -0500
  "Joellen Adams" <joellen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>My computer is SUCH a mess it won't read I think you call 
>them long files....or when I click on a 2 line source 
>someone sends me it goes to the page and says invalid, I 
>know that came when my son was sent an e-mail saying a 
>virus and deleting the bear?  SORRY I'm JUST not real 
>bright when it comes to tech things.  
>ALSO do I need to add  activeX?  I get e-mails saying 
>that I don't have it and wondering what it is for and IF 
>it's something one would need.  On one of my art lists it 
>says I can't view to enlarge a scan on the yahoo photo 
>site because I don't have active X
>Joellen in Illinois
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