How do I edit a weigh in?

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carlascop

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Posted: 29 May 2013, 08:03
I put my weight at 336 instead of 226 on April 29. How do I go back and change this?
thinner120

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Posted: 29 May 2013, 09:14
I have had to make a correction once or twice, I hope I can explain this and make it understandable.
Go to weight history.

On th FAR RIGHT column under MY DIET the fifth option is change historical weight.


Look at the calendar. On the top there are arrows on the left and right. Scroll on the arrow and find April.
When April is showing click on the date that you need to record.
A black box should appear around that date.
Enter the desired weight in the enter weight box. Then save.

A dialogue box will come up and if I remember correctly,it will ask you if you want to save the weight you just recorded. You will click yes. Hope this helps.
Stay strong, stay focused.



Start weight 259 pounds. Ultimate goal: 120 pounds.
"The food will always be there. Anything I want so badly will still be there tomorrow." Pam Turner

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carlascop

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Posted: 25 Jul 2013, 08:39
thank you for your help



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