Re: how do I message a person (not a group) on facebook using my desktop computer/

David Moore

Hi Ryan,
You can use the mobile site for Facebook on your computer. Here is the URL:
When you type that URL, a easy and accessible page will come up. Type your friend's name in the search at the top of the page. Then, arrow down to search results and enter on his name. You will be then taken to his page. Just arrow down the page to where it says to message this person and press enter. The message page will open and you can just press e for edit and type the message and press enter on send. The Mobile site of Facebook is so easy to use, because it is so basic and no advertising or any of that. Let me know if you have any questions. Have a great one.

-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Coverdell
Sent: Saturday, December 12, 2015 8:17 AM
Subject: how do I message a person (not a group) on Facebook using my desktop computer/

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The facebook layout in my Pac Mate Omni is easwy to follow, with
simple basic links. my Pac mate is out for repair now though. From my
desktop pc which I am on now I would like to message my brother on
Facebook, but when I go to his name on my desktop pc web interface I
can't find the message link or a history of stuff I've written him
before my Pac mate was sent back. If you have overcome this issue
please let me know what you do. I want to contact him individually in
a chat, not as part of a group. How do I do this from a desktop pc? Is
there a way to access a basic html version of facebook? And while I'm
at it what about a basic html version of Hotmail? I can't use the
current web interface because it relies on screen taps. I'm using
windows 7 and jaws 14.

merry Christmas and Happy New Year,

Ryan Coverdell

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