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Engineering Language/Grammar Skills FAQ


How to upload multiple links by metman
Posted: 19 Jan 12

ScottyUK (Electrical)  provided this for me:

Easiest way to create multiple links in your post to stuff you've uploaded to engineering.com is as follows:

Upload your file.
Cut (CTRL-X) the attachment path from the text box in which it automatically appears.
Paste (CTRL-V) it into the main body of your post.
Upload the next attachment and repeat the steps above until you have all the upload links in the main body of the post.

You can leave the link to the final upload in the text box if you want - whatever is in the box gets appended automatically.

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