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post Sep 12 2003, 07:28 PM
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Posting a new message is easy...

1. Locate the applicable forum in which you wish to post (for example, this one is L-S Tech Support)
2. Enter the forum by clicking on its link
3. Click 'New Topic" at the top right of the screen
4. Enter your topic title, and topic description if you wish, in the appropriate text field
5. Enter your message in the larger text field
6. You can either preview your message or just go for it (Post New Topic)
7. That's all there is to it!

If you want to reply to an existing post, just click "Reply" instead of "New Topic"


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post Feb 23 2010, 12:43 AM
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want to add a photo to your post or to a reply to another post?

under the window where you enter text, you will see an area titled Attachments.

Browse for a photo (600px x 480px, under 400k jpg, gif, or bmp files only)

Click Upload, wait for the photo to load and it will appear in your post AFTER you click the Post Topic or Add Reply button.

Those are the basics. keep file sizes on the low to mod size and you should do fine.


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