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You can make ONE draft to complete later - but you can't revise anything or post anything else before that one is posted - else it vanishes.
To do this, just use the save feature at the top of the listing form on the right. When you want it again, open the sell option and you will be given a choice to continue or start new. (new will erase the old).
Option 2 is to open your selling form, all o ptions. As you complete the listing, you'll find near the end of the firt page, an option to post later - you can enter a date ad time (California time). This will cost a dime per listing. Many people put in a date next month, then go back to it before that date, cancle the post later feature and post now to avoid the dime.
Option 3 is to download Turbo Lister and learn to use that. It is free, but as you use it, it takes a lot of memory in your computer to store the listings - but it is convienent.
Option 4 is to create your ads using your WORD 97 program (earlier versions do not work so well) and c/c/p when ready. This way you just make a template and c/c/p when ready.
Option 5 is to subscribe to a third party listing service.
Just because the answer is not one you want to hear - does not make it any less true.
you can use turbolister, or i use the schedule feature and list them when i want, there is no charge if you list them manually.....it only schedules about 2 1/2 weeks in advance, tho....so if you will be waiting to list later than that, be sure to reschedule them so they don't accidently list....i have about 400 items in schedule waiting for fall.
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