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Visual Basic (Classic) FAQ

Forum Usage

General Guidlines by Zarcom
Posted: 3 Oct 02

It isn't very often but once and a while a new user joins our forum that is unsure on how to proceed within our forum.  Hopefully this guideline will help clear up some small confusions.

1. Please be courteous when posting in the forum.  Don't demand help or it is unlikely you will get any.  Remember these forums are frequented by people just like you.  We are not getting paid to answer questions but do so for a multitude of personal reasons.

2. Don't ask people to do work for you.  If you don't understand a concept that you have researched and are having trouble with it's acceptable.  However, don't ask forum members to write code for you.  IT PISSES PEOPLE OFF!

3. Use the sites search engine to look for problems similar to yours.  It is highly likely that your question has previously been asked and answered.

4.  Show your appreciation for members time.  This site has incorporated a star system.  At the bottom-left of every post is  a link that says "Mark this post as a helpful/expert post!"  If you found the post helpful even if it wasn't written specifically for you, click the link.  It is also good etiquette to post a short reply to the post saying that you appreciated the post.

If we follow these simple guidelines we can keep this forum a utopia for tekers

If you feel the forum is becoming un-utopia like then add a link to this FAQ in your signature line.
Any other guidelines that you wish to see in this FAQ can be e-mailed to me by clicking the send comment link at the bottom.

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