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    How to set a thread as resolved?

    Hi all, How to set my threads as resolved? Of course when they are resolved and no more support is needed...

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    Just edit your first post if it will let you, choose advanced, then near the top you will see a drop down option box and it will show resolved in there then save your post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by durangod View Post
    Just edit your first post if it will let you, choose advanced, then near the top you will see a drop down option box and it will show resolved in there then save your post.
    MOST of the time. I've had quite a few instances where my original post could not be edited (the button for "EDIT" gone missing.) But, yes, if the original post can be edited, just select RESOLVED from the drop-down that is to the left of the subject input.
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    thanks, it works

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    Of course if the answer you have been given is a poor one that barely works, marking the thread as resolved decreases the chance of you getting a better answer.
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