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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by conlo, Sep 2, 2004.

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  1. conlo

    conlo Thread Starter

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    Lately when I Post a reply to add further information requested to a thread. I do not get a reply. Yet when I post a new thread, I do.
     
  2. sueb_51

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    I hear ya on that one!! I have had soooooo much help here. I guess they are really busy and when u add a new post BINGO!! it gets booted to the top!!
     
  3. flavallee

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    Keep everything posted in the same thread. When you post a problem in new threads, it makes it more difficult and take longer to help you because the previous replies aren't there to be read. When a new reply is posted on a thread, it gets moved to the top of the list. If a previous reply or original post is edited or updated, it stays in the same position in the list.
     
  4. conlo

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    I hear you too, thanks, I will be more patient.
     
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