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how do I include a previous post in my response?

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I've noticed that sometimes when people respond to a post, some or all of the previous post is in their response.  I can't figure out how to do that.  I thought clicking on the "Quote" button would work but it doesn't.

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Simple, if it is the post immediately preceeding the one you are posting in your own name, you click the 'quote button' at the bottom of the preceeding post and it will automatically be brought down into the box you'll be typing your message into.  

 

Or, you can use the cut and paste function of the word processing program you are using.

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Simple, if it is the post immediately preceeding the one you are posting in your own name, you click the 'quote button' at the bottom of the preceeding post and it will automatically be brought down into the box you'll be typing your message into.  

 

Or, you can use the cut and paste function of the word processing program you are using.

Hello Roger,

I remember you once said you had DBS at Georgetown Hospital, would you mind to let me know who is your surgeon? Thank you in advance

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christopher-g-kalhorn-MGUH_jpg.jpgChristopher G. Kalhorn, MD 
Associate Professor, Department of Neurosurgery
Director, Epilepsy & Functional Neurosurgery

Dr. Kalhorn received his medical degree from Loyola Stritch School of Medicine, completed his neurosurgical training at the Baylor College of Medicine under Dr. Robert Grossman, an internationally recognized expert in epilepsy and functional neurosurgery. Dr. Kalhorn’s focus of interest is functional neurosurgery, including surgical management of epilepsy and surgery for movement disorders such as essential tremor, Parkinson’s disease and dystonia.

Advise if I can accomodate you or the family if you come to Washington, DC to consult with Dr. Kalhorn.                   

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