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Hi everyone! I have just spent a little time updating the categories. There were a lot of uncategorized threads that needed to be put someplace. Some went into existing categories, while I created some new ones. If you could, when posting a new question, please skim throuth the categories and try to place your question in the appropriate one. This will save me a little time. I realize that we may be lacking some categories, but hopefully I have added enough to keep us going! Thanks for your help...
-- Melissa (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 04, 2001
I'm confused.This is only the second forum I have been on(my favorit and now only!!!!!!!!!). If I wanted to asked a question, I go and look up the threads posted on my screen or the catagories at the bottom and put it in there? Does everyone look for new questions there? I hate to sound stupid, but I don't want to make more work for you or get it wrong..Thanks-God Bless
-- Micheale from SE Kansas (email@example.com), November 04, 2001.
Just look in the category you think would house your question to see if it's already been asked and answered. If it has, there you go. If not, just go to the opening page and click on 'Ask a Question' to post yours. I hope this helps.
-- Gary in Indiana (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 04, 2001.
When you start a new thread (Ask a Question), there is a line to put the title, which I am sure you know already.
Then right under this is a place to assign a category, if you scroll down through these there is a list of various categories. Just click on the one that fits your question. Like pets , food, holidays, reflections, etc...
If you don't do this it goes into uncategorized and later I go in and assign it to a category. If there isn't a category that fits, don't worry about it, when I see that question I will make up a new category. I can't make up a category unless I have a question to put in it.
I hope this explains it a little better. If you have any questions let me know.
-- Melissa (email@example.com), November 05, 2001.