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Starting a new topic
« on: February 08, 2007, 12:49:18 PM »
You have a question to ask or something to say? Remember you must register as a member here before you can do so.

First, choose which "board" you want your message to be in.  Should it go under Herbs, Weeds, General Discussion, Feedback or something else? Click on the board in which you want to post  your question or comment. This will open the page for that particular board, showing a list of the subjects that have been recently posted (if any). At the top and the bottom of the board, you will see some buttons on the right hand side.

Click on the new topic button.  This will open a page with a blank field into which you type your message. At the bottom of the field are two grey buttons - Post and Preview. As you would expect, the Post button puts your new message on the board for all to see, while the Preview button lets you see how it will look without actually posting it.

Give your new post a subject which will let people know what you are writing about. This helps get answers to your questions and also helps others who might want to search through the forum.

For more information, click the help button on the upper left side of every page then choose Posting from the headings at the top.

« Last Edit: February 08, 2007, 01:14:20 PM by David Corkill »


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Re: Starting a new topic
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2010, 02:59:04 PM »
Thanks for the information.....


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