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HDW, click on the person's name and select "add to watched users."

Then go to "my stuff" and select "watch lists." Click on watched users then select "edit watched users." Under "email notifications" scroll down to "when a new post is created" and then hit "update." You should then get a notification every time that poster posts.


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How do I quote a certain part of someone else's reply that I want to respond to?

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Originally Posted By: ljmom24
How do I quote a certain part of someone else's reply that I want to respond to?


lj, click on the "quote" button at the bottom of the post and it will quote the entire post. You can then delete any part of the post you don't want in your reply.


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lj, click on the "quote" button at the bottom of the post and it will quote the entire post. You can then delete any part of the post you don't want in your reply. [/quote]


Why isn't it in a seperate box like yours?

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Originally Posted By: ljmom24



Why isn't it in a seperate box like yours?


Did you click on the quote box?


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Originally Posted By: MelodyLane


Did you click on the quote box?



I think I got it now...I had deleted the [/quote]

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I do not see the "Register User" button so I can register for the forums.

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Originally Posted By: Livn4God
I do not see the "Register User" button so I can register for the forums.

Welcome to MB.

You are already registered to use all the forums, since you are already posting. All you need to do now is either contribute to an existing thread or start your own. To start your own, choose the forum that you want to post in and click the "new topic" button at the top of the list of threads.


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when i go to a post it says am denied and to come here to get access

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Originally Posted By: Livn4God
when i go to a post it says am denied and to come here to get access


Where are you trying to post? Post in the Marriage Builders 101 forum, or the Surviving an Affair forum.


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Oh sheesh. I see now was trying to post to Marriage Builders Weekend Followup (For Marriage Builders Weekend attendees only).

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How can I delete my account completely? I would like it to be closed as soon as possible. Thank you.

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We quite often receive requests from members to "remove all my posts or threads." Our policy is not to remove threads unless there is a real imminent threat. Removing entire threads is not fair to the posters who took the time to post to your thread. Even if it no longer applies to your situation, other readers may be able to benefit from the advice & suggestions given. We take these requests very seriously and will avoid doing this unless there are extreme circumstances.

You may edit YOUR posts within a specific time frame and/or change your screen name. If you are unable to edit a SPECIFIC post due to time limits, we can help you. Or if you need something edited because of a quote by another poster, we can help. If you feel that your posts might be a threat to you in the future, we would suggest that you use caution when posting rather than asking the mods to remove your thread. The discussion boards are anonymous so PLEASE do not post info that will ID you.


Original post PLEASE Remove all my threads/posts!

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How can I delete my account completely? I would like it to be closed as soon as possible. Thank you.


Then just don't post. smile

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I am new here. Can someone point me in the right direction? Where to start first?


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Welcome!

Start with the Basic Concepts. Then head on over either to the MB101 board or the Surviving an Affair board and tell us about yourself smile

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i am totally new to this. Never posted on a blog. I would like to post my story to get some support and guidance. How does one "head over the the MB 101 blog". I just can't see how this whole thing works. Thx so much.


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Originally Posted By: IntuitionGMH
i am totally new to this. Never posted on a blog. I would like to post my story to get some support and guidance. How does one "head over the the MB 101 blog". I just can't see how this whole thing works. Thx so much.


Go here: MB101

...and click "New topic"


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