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- 편집됨 Stephanie Lv 2011년 10월 18일 화요일 오전 5:56
hi. it is very simple , follow the below levels:
1-in top right the corner of the page there is a brown link text :"Ask a question in the forums". click it.
2-write a subject which is related to your question in the "Title" TextBox.
3- choose (RadioButton) whether you want just "ask a question" or you want to "take part in a forum".
4-consider your question and write about according to some rules as Stephanie has indicated.
5-after your statement terminated, now you have to choose an item in the ListBox that has the closest relation to your topic ,
after you chose the first one , other ListBox will be displayed in details that again you should have to select one of those items.
6-at the end just click on "Submit" button to send your quesiton .
7-if you made a mistake and wanted to correct your information , just click on "Edit"button in top of your current textbox and revise it
you can also check the "Alert me "checkbox.
and whener you wanted to visit your inboxes to see whthere there is any respond to your question, click "My Alerts"in the
top right corner of your own personal profile.
Take it easy , you will success!
- 편집됨 great ehsan 2012년 4월 24일 화요일 오전 6:58