How to edit Google Plus posts?

kburns

I need a quick primer. Anyone?

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jimlynch
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Here's how you can do it, courtesy of Google's support page:

"To edit a post you created:
Click the arrow at the top of the post.
Click Edit this post.
When you're done, click Save.

To delete a post you created:
Click the arrow at the top of the post.
Click Delete this post.
To confirm that you want to permanently delete your post and associated comments click Delete."

http://support.google.com/plus/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1355848

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