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How do I post a message in the Forums?

Postby admin » 30 Dec 2004, 04:20

To post a message in any of the forums you need to register yourself first. Once registered log-in. Then go into the forum category you are interested in, i.e. Help! or Say Anything.

If you want to start a new subject simply click the “new topic” button, or if you wish to reply to someone else’s message click the “post reply” button that you see while reading their message.

On clicking one of those buttons you will be presented with a page containing a “white box” into which you can compose your message. Above the white box is a white rectangle where you can enter the “subject” if you are making a new post.

Once you have typed your message you can preview it by clicking on the “preview” button at the bottom of the page. If you are not happy with it, change it in the “white box”, then click the “preview” button again. When you are happy with it click the “submit” button.
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