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 Posted: Thursday March 27th, 2008 04:46 pm
   
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Hi Guests & First Timers! :waveing:

Are you having problems navigating this forum?  If you click on the "HELP" tab above it has some directions to follow.  Here is the direct link for those of you who may not be able to see the help tab.  http://www.apsforum.com/help.php


If this doesn't help you, here is how we will explain it:

Think of this forum as a huge filing cabinet.  There are many drawers.  The drawers will be the major headings.  (For example:  Forum Information and **** WELCOMES & INTRODUCTIONS **** )With in these drawers are folders.  Those folders help break down the information to keep it organized.  (For example: Forum Information has a folders titled: New Member Info & Site Guidelines, First Time Visitors, Important Information and APS Friends & Support Forum Policies).  Now with in those folders are subfolders.  Those are the individual threads that are posted within that folder.  (For example: New Member Info & Site Guidelines has these topics in it: Having trouble posting?? READ THIS! , Having problems logging in?, Forgotten Username/Password, Forum Staff Participants  Forum Policies as of 12/12/05 & 01/01/05 & 02/01/07 & 6/1/08WELCOME NEW PARTICIPANTS!!! and If you lost access to the full forum ). 

This is how it is throughout the full forum.  One large filing cabinet.  Very organized.  :)

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The folders that have a little blue blood drop next to them is like a post-it meaning there is a new message.  If it is orange blood drop it means it is a hot topic.  If it is red blood drop it means it has been read.  If is is a green blood drop, that mean is Important.  If it is a purple blood drop, that means Announcement.

Hope this helps you!



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