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    I thought there was a way to search for my previous postings. Maybe I just forgot how to do it. I posted something about color correction a few weeks ago cannot locate it. Can you help?


  • #2

    The easiest way to look at all of your posts is to go to the Members area (one of the options under Forums in the menu), then find your name (you're on the third page of the "A"s BTW), then click on the "search" button in the column labeled "Find". It will find all of your posts.

    HTH, Jeanie


    • #3

      Thank you for your help.



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