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abypfcs

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Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 15:36
Somehow, I have a weight posted for January 27, 2013. The weight should have been for a different day, as Jan 27 is 9 days away.

Not sure if there is any way to correct this, other than signing up again, as another person.
I have lost over 1000 pounds.
teachinmomma...

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Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 16:46
If you are using a computer, you can click on your "Weight History". On the side column, you have those choices under "my diet" tab. Hope that helps
abypfcs

Joined: Apr 12
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Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 17:35
I have done that and the edit only lets me edit the note not the date or the weight.
I have lost over 1000 pounds.
abypfcs

Joined: Apr 12
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Posted: 18 Jan 2013, 17:37
I just got to my journal and there I was able to delete the bogus entry. Thanks for your response.
I have lost over 1000 pounds.



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