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    Hello? Will I hear from you later today concerning my article question 2 (con't)? Hope to hear from you soon. Thank you.

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    Re: Article question 2 (con't)

    Grampasjoy, you do not need to start the same thread/post/article multiple times. You can return to the same thread and add messages to it by clicking the "Post Reply" button. If you want to comment on a reply by one of the other members, you simply click the Post Reply button again. If you do not receive a reply to your posting, you can ask another question or enter a comment by clicking the Post REply button.
    If you wish to add a photo, while you are in the Post Reply mode, just click on the button "Manage Attachments" and follow the prompts to locate and upload your photo.
    If you have started a thread and you wish to locate it to add a message, add a reply, or edit your message, you can go to the Forum Title in which you started the thread and search for your username or thread title OR you can find your name at the bottom of the Retouch Pro screen whre it displays currently signed in members, and you can click on your name and follow the links to all of the threads that you have either started or replied to.
    Regards, Murray

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