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Admin
Ye Olde Webmaster

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Posted - 30 Aug 2006 :  6:24:32 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
1. After registering, be sure to click the box so the program remembers your login information automatically.

2. Jot down you userID and password in a book (if you don't select the auto logon feature).

3. "Active Topics" in the menu bar. The pull down feature allows you to look at posts of the day as well as those written days and months earlier. You can set this to see what's new or to back track and view earlier postings.

4. The "reply to topic" gives you the opportunity to post more elaborately. In that feature you can underscore, bold, italize and add smiley faces as well as change text, text color and font size. Check it out.

5. The "quick reply box" doesn't allow elaborate postings. Keep that in mind.

6. For those of you who aren't good typists or can't spell, please give the spell checker a try. Greg Miller labored to get this feature in place for us. It's in the reply to topic box and quick reply box--both.

7. Before you post, you can preview what you wrote or typed. Look for the button--view and close the box and edit as you wish.

8. After you post, each poster has the ability to correct their own post through the edit feature.

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"Dedicated to keeping the classic Pontiac engine alive."

Admin
Ye Olde Webmaster

848 Posts

Posted - 03 Sep 2006 :  12:28:07 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
More Tips...

Greg Miller ironed out all the problems in getting the new "forgot your password" feature into play. It appears many of us lose track of passwords these days, so this feature allows you to get a new one.

If you should forget your password, click on the "forgot your password" link. All that you need to do is to type in your email address. A email message will be sent to you telling you what to do next. Follow the instructions and you'll be back in business in a matter of seconds.

This feature doesn't give you your old password. Instead, it prompts you for a new one that you create. When you get it write it down. In the alternative, click on the automatic login box. When you visit the message forum the next time, you'll already be logged in.

Again, thanks Greg, for getting this ironed out so quickly.

Bill Boyle

"Dedicated to keeping the classic Pontiac engine alive."

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Ray
Tribal Scout

USA
34 Posts

Posted - 13 Mar 2007 :  8:08:48 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Admin

1. After registering, be sure to click the box so the program remembers your login information automatically.

2. Jot down you userID and password in a book (if you don't select the auto logon feature).

3. "Active Topics" in the menu bar. The pull down feature allows you to look at posts of the day as well as those written days and months earlier. You can set this to see what's new or to back track and view earlier postings.

4. The "reply to topic" gives you the opportunity to post more elaborately. In that feature you can underscore, bold, italize and add smiley faces as well as change text, text color and font size. Check it out.

5. The "quick reply box" doesn't allow elaborate postings. Keep that in mind.

6. For those of you who aren't good typists or can't spell, please give the spell checker a try. Greg Miller labored to get this feature in place for us. It's in the reply to topic box and quick reply box--both.

7. Before you post, you can preview what you wrote or typed. Look for the button--view and close the box and edit as you wish.

8. After you post, each poster has the ability to correct their own post through the edit feature.

MORE TIPS TO COME

Thanks for the tips they are helpful. Ray

68 GTO
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Taman
Red Bird

USA
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Posted - 23 Nov 2008 :  9:19:57 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
How do I attatch pics to the reply

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