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    Why is today's Page No. 1? If the pages were numbered from the start of this Forum, then the numbers of the pages would not change and the item you noted on say page 22 would always be on page 22. Simple notes in a book would keep your info at hand at all times without doing a search every time for the same info. **** **** is terrible to find any info that one read pages ago. Think logically for this new forum. Grant

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    This is page one of this thread, not the whole forum. Each thread topic has its own page system. It's like a small book. National Geographic, I think, used to number their pages from 1 at the beginning of each year to 2800 (plus or minus) at the end of the year. That was very confusing. The system here is just the way forums work. You will get used to it.

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      Our search feature here is very decent IMO, and there is an advanced section of the search... with that being said

      Another thing you can do is SUBSCRIBE to a thread that is important to you. This will put it in your subscribed folder for future reference. The subscribe button is on the top R/S just above the first post. After subscribing you can access it through your profile page under subscriptions
      No need to make notes in a book.
      3 ~ Tudor's
      Henry Ford said
      "It's all nuts and bolts"


      Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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      • #4
        Mitch, Thanks for the heads up on the subscribe thing, I wondered what that was

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        • BNCHIEF
          BNCHIEF commented
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          Then he sends you a bill like publishers clearing house, but you will never be pictured with a big check and balloons.

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        Originally posted by tbirdtbird View Post
        Mitch, Thanks for the heads up on the subscribe thing, I wondered what that was
        X2, I never knew what it was either, but then there is a lot I have to learn about computer operations.

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          Mitch, maybe a sticky that explains all the features of the site and how to use them would be helpful. In your spare time, of course .

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            Originally posted by Ray Horton View Post
            Mitch, maybe a sticky that explains all the features of the site and how to use them would be helpful. In your spare time, of course .

            Ray i have some things already sticky-ed in the forum support area.. check it out

            I'll add this to it
            3 ~ Tudor's
            Henry Ford said
            "It's all nuts and bolts"


            Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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            • #8
              I use the subscribe feature for the "Daily RG & JS Trivia Question." I learn something I did not know almost every day. I really like the subscribe feature.

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              • pAAt
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                Bud, love Virginia, but Tennessee has my heart !! Mn. Guy

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