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gary_varner
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Registered: ‎02-11-2010
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Downloads no longer wanted

Is there a way to delete downloads I no longer want?

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kevinlomas
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Registered: ‎02-11-2010

Re: Downloads no longer wanted

Do you mean ones on your Spotlight? If so then take a look at your very own My Lulu section.
Author
gary_varner
Posts: 36
Registered: ‎02-11-2010

Re: Downloads no longer wanted

Thanks. No I mean the downloads I have purchased or gotten for free such as templates, ebooks etc.

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kevinlomas
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Re: Downloads no longer wanted

!! Ermm, well yes, just the same as anything you download to your PC. Find it and delete it.
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gary_varner
Posts: 36
Registered: ‎02-11-2010

Re: Downloads no longer wanted

Thanks Kevin but there are no options to delete any of those files. I'll have to ask support although this is something that should be easy for the user to do,

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kevinlomas
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Re: Downloads no longer wanted

I am not with you. This is what you asked >> "Thanks. No I mean the downloads I have purchased or gotten for free such as templates, ebooks etc."
That you include Templates in that, then I assume you mean content you have downloaded from the Lulu site?
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gary_varner
Posts: 36
Registered: ‎02-11-2010

Re: Downloads no longer wanted

Sorry for the confusion. Yes that is what I said. None of the downloads, from the Lulu site or purchased from others is deletable. It really doesn't matter and it isn't worth the discussion. Just an irritation.

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kevinlomas
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Re: Downloads no longer wanted

I don't see how that is possible unless you are not the 'Administrator' on your PC.
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Ken Anderson
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Re: Downloads no longer wanted

You obviously didn't read the original post Kevin.

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kevinlomas
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Re: Downloads no longer wanted

Downloads are items that are downloaded to your PC. Simple ...
The poster is even still saying such.