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Microsoft Windows XP

Dear Friend,

A subject line is for subjects. Not a place to type your questions and
request for help. Your post is completely meaningless. If you would take a
moment thinking about the person reading your post, the person you are
asking help from, you might end up with an answer to your question. Rather
than your focusing on your apparent goal to get in and get out in a split
second, type a relative subject in the subject line, move down and type your
question with sufficient details in the body, and hit send. It's all very
simple stuff, but you are getting nowhere fast the way you are going.
I am so glad you responded and put me in my place. I apologize for not being perfect like you and grasping the concept of how to find answers. Thank you very much for taking the time to correct my bad behavior. Too bad after all is said and done you could only criticize how I posted my question rather than answering my question.
being perfect like you and grasping the concept of how to find answers.
Thank you very much for taking the time to correct my bad behavior. Too bad
after all is said and done you could only criticize how I posted my question
rather than answering my question.
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If you spent a moment reviewing your question as posted, you would see that
it is impossible for anyone to answer it. Impossible because your question
cannot be read in it's entirety as you used the subject line to ask your
question and it is chopped off. Wow, just think if you had done as
suggested and maybe you would be sitting there with an answer to whatever
your question may be. Instead the sarcasm leaves you unanswered. Oh well.
I will say something positive---------Learn how to post, accept criticism and
don't take offense.
both of you who responded to me could have just said hey "your subject is
cutoff" and maybe suggested in a nice and not so snotty way how to fix it.
But noooo, you both have to be snotty and arrogant and put me in my place.
Gosh, I wonder why my responses are sarcastic. Here is a thought, maybe my
sarcastic responses are a direct result of the replies!!! Honestly, you
don't need to reply if you don't have anything postive or nice to say.
bad
question
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type
that
question
well.
Contrary to what you may have thought, this is a public newsgroup where all
the participants are volunteers. No one is obligated to answer questions,
and although Microsoft employees occasionally participate, they are doing so
on their own time.

Those of us who do volunteer to answer questions put a lot of effort into
it. We wish that posters would put some effort in as well. Start by learning
how newsgroups work and they are most effectively used. Then read this:

"Making Good Newsgroup Posts"
http://dts-l.org/goodpost.htm

Rocky

both of you who responded to me could have just said hey "your subject is
cutoff" and maybe suggested in a nice and not so snotty way how to fix it.
But noooo, you both have to be snotty and arrogant and put me in my place.
Gosh, I wonder why my responses are sarcastic. Here is a thought, maybe my
sarcastic responses are a direct result of the replies!!! Honestly, you
don't need to reply if you don't have anything postive or nice to say.
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