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Tutorial : Upload More than One File and Insert the Attachment to your Thread
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Hello V+ Members,

This Tutorial will be helpful if you wish to upload more than one file to your Thread and also will explain how to insert the attachment to your Post.

Step 1 : Click on "Choose File" and Select your File
   



Step 2 : Click on "Add Attachment"
   

Step 3 : To Upload another file , Again follow the Step 1.

Step 4 : To Insert the Attachment to your Post , Click on "Insert into Post"
   

Step 5 : Done. Once you Clicked on Insert into post, you can find [attachment=xxxxx] on your Text writer. Now Click on "Post Thread"
   



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thank u bro..........Majesty

Sakthi RJ, proud to be a member of Vidyarthiplus.com (V+) - Online Students Community since Mar 2013.


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thank you @Srini

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