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You just sent me a link in my email to get to the solution and I cannot open it, can you copy and paste to my email so I can read what I need to do, thank you for your help.

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Try to highlight the link with your mouse, then right click on the highlighted link and select "Copy" from the menu that pops up.

After that, open your Internet Browser and right click in the address bar (the bar at the top where you type in a website address), then select "Paste" and it should paste the link in the address bar of the web browser. Once you do that, just hit "Enter" on your keyboard and it should go to the link/website.

I hope this helps :)

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