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 Post subject: Suggestion: Do not double post questions or issues!
 Post Posted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 4:57 pm 
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Recently, there have been several instances of issues/problems being "cross posted" to the board - this means that the same question is posted in different forums.

While it may seem initially that this would yield a quicker response, in actuality, it is going to be harder to get an answer.

When you double posts, members are responding to the same question in mutliple places, duplicating effort and time.

So, post your question in the forum that you think is best for your question - if it would be better somewhere else, a moderator will get it moved for you.

I know that keeping your question to one topic will get you faster, more complete answers than multiple postings.

The members of this board are very good about responding and helping out if they can - usually in less than 24 hours (in reality, usually in only a few minutes . . .)

As always, contact me with questions or comments.

David
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