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Thread: Just Highlighting Something.

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    Do you favour circling it with the highlighter pen, or puting a straight line across the thing you want to highlight.


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    if it's a highlighter, you colour it in like

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    Thanks


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    line it loike

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    if I have a highlighter around I will go through it, easy to have it stand out that way.
    If all I have is pen then I underline or circle sometimes.
    Last edited by tesco; 05-13-2006 at 10:39 PM. Reason: didn't understand question

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    Highlighter pen, through it, ordinary pen, circle it, get rid of it, ordinary pen through it....sorta thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by sArA
    Highlighter pen, through it, ordinary pen, circle it, get rid of it, ordinary pen through it....sorta thing
    I agree, on one condition.

    When you use the ordinary pen method, do you also put an astronaut in the margin?

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    Using an ordinary pen results in an enlightening exploration into my psyche for a psychologist, as invariably it is full of doodles and ickle piccies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sArA
    Using an ordinary pen results in an enlightening exploration into my psyche for a psychologist, as invariably it is full of doodles and ickle piccies.
    I'm taking that as a yes.

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