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Old 10-29-2007, 06:05 AM
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How to Post and Reply in the Molecular Forum

Please read this as its very important for those who cannot post or reply in this forum.

If you have any questions or want to start a new topic you must start a new thread.

You can do this by finding the relevant forum for your question (if you post in the wrong forum you will not get the right people reading it and it may never be answered!)

then you click on the button (blue) "New Thread"
like this:

(then just type up your message and click submit button below your message)


To Reply to someones question (topic or thread) you have to go into the thread by clicking on it, then click on the button "New Reply" as shown in the picture below.




You can post a quick reply by clicking writing your message in the small box BELOW the postings and then click on "Submit Quick Reply Button" as shown in the picture below.



I really hope this helped someone to participate in this forum. We all help each other and this has become a great resource for everyone.
Please don't be shy and post

Thanks hope to see you here!
take care
Moleculardude
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Default Re: How to Post and Reply in the Molecular Forum

HI Moleculardude
this is just to start.


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Old 11-10-2007, 05:27 AM
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hi this is alaa doubi and iam a new member
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Old 11-10-2007, 02:09 PM
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Well i find it weird that i need to post something to not get deleted... Especially because i already posted something in an other section of this forum.
But hey if the mods want me to post something than i'll write something down since this forum seems too interesting to let it drop...
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hello i'm jagannath new member it a good platform to clr our doubts
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Hi this is a useful site
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Hello....check 1 2 3 .....
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Hello people, nice forum.
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Hello, this is Kavitha..new to this forum.....i found this site very helpful....
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