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Moulinex Food Processor

Wheeler_S's picture

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I HAVE A MOULINEX FOOD PROCESSOR BUT I HAVE LOST THE BOOK THAT CAME WITH IT. DOES ANYONE KNOW THE ADDRESS OF THE MOULINEX COMPANY?

dixie_'s picture

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Wheeler S - I posted a web site earlier,(copied & pasted. I don't know how to put in the links yet, but am watching. I need a practice area.) Then I deleted it - way too much typing. On Netscape, just type in Moulinex in the address. They don't have a complete site yet, but do have consumer info which may be helpful.

sunny's picture

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give this site a try I think it will help you out... I will try to put it here so you can just click on it.... cross your fingers here goes...

http://www.pagedepot.com/Nelson_Appliance/moulinex.htm

Jay's picture

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Let's see if I can do it:

<A HREF="http://www.pagedepot.com/Nelson_Appliance/moulinex.htm"> </A>

Normaly the <> wouldn't be visible, but one needs to type them to make a clickable link

Jay

Jean_'s picture

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Jay, If you had typed "Moulinex" without the quotes between the > and < at the end, that is all that would have been visible.

sunny's picture

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Hey Jay what am I doing wrong? Please let me know for future use.... Thank you..... Sunny

Jay's picture

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Sunny;

It looks like you ommited the <A HREF=" before the URL, and the > </A> after, As Jean pointed out whatever one puts between the > and the </A> at the end is what will show up when posted, since I was trying to show what one needs to do to create a clickable link, I put the all the HREF etc. stuff there, usualy one would put a something descriptive there rather than the actual URL eg: HTML (copied from the "Reply to:" screen)

Jay

sunny's picture

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http://www.dreamman.com/steve/specialflowers.htm>

Thankyou for your help... I know this has nothing to do with the Moulinex food processor but, I thought it would be okay to share with anyone who wants to see it.... your a sweetie for you help... Have a great day... Sunny :-)