>> The error I received was "There is no overloaded version of "Send" that
>> can
>> be called with these arguments.
>> This is when I try to send a variable of type word. The @ prefix did not
>> work either.

>>  WSocket.BufSize:= 2;
>>  p:= @Size;
>>  WSocket.Send(p);

TWSocket.Send require two arguments:
1) A pointer to the data
2) The number of bytes to send

Write like this
  WSocket.Send(@Size, SizeOf(Size)); // or Length(Size) depending on what 
Size is.

>>  WSocket.BufSize:= 2;

BufSize is the size of TWSocket send buffer. Do not change it unless you 
understand what the purpose is. The default value is best for sending over 
Ethernet because it correspond to the maximum data size of an Ethernet 

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