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How could i edit or delete what i've posted

leonardo ginting
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hi dear

btw how could i edit or remove the question that i've ever posted on this forum because i need to edit or remove my question for some reason


help me please

thanks in advance
Ulf Dittmer
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Contact a moderator privately and explain which post you'd like to see edited, and why.


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Henry Wong
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This seems to be a duplicate topic -- so let's continue over there....

http://www.coderanch.com/t/583074/Ranch-Office/Edit-or-Remove-last-post

Henry


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