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how to look for my posts

 
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hello,
Once i login in how to look for my posts..
and how do i look for this post..
will someone plz guide
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Welcome to Javaranch shn ind.
You can find your posts by going to your profile (click on the icon) and then click on the link "view recent posts".
You could also go to a particular forum (you only have to remember which one ) and do a search for your Member # 65937.
Doing a search before posting a question is often a good idea. Posting the same question more than once is not a good idea.
Um, another thing, your name looks a lot more like an abbreviation than a name. Please take a minute to change your display name here - it's a naming policy thing.
Thanks!
Pauline
[ February 11, 2004: Message edited by: Pauline McNamara ]
 
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