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I need help with a weird file type?


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bruceb3

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Whenever I want to copy something and paste it somewhere else, I highlight it and hit "control-C", then highlight where I want it to go and hit "control-V". The last week or so, when I hit "control-V", I just get a little box with an arrow pointing up in the upper left corner of the e-mail Here's a jpeg of it. I thought it might have been a certain file type that was hijacked by some program I installed, but I can't find this icon in "filetypes". Anybody have any ideas? I miss my "control-V"...


P.S. Bummer! how can I insert a jpeg in my post? I thought the "Insert Special Item" box at the top would do it.
That's what I get for thinking. That makes too much sense. :-)
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http://www.geekstogo...st-t185663.html

There are some instructions on how to include a picture in your post in the above link...
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Here goes...This is the weird little box that shows up when I try to "paste" with "control-V". weird_file_type.jpg . (Don't know if this worked. If not, I'll try again tomorrow...
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