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How to say "thank you"?
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thans
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April 14, 2014 - 3:20 am

I'm very new to this forum, but I'm constantly using it to see what people are saying and to research questions, etc.  I've posted a couple of items and I really appreciate the responses I've received.  How do I say "thank you" to those who have responded?  They provide help, show interest in forum members and their problems... as well as use their valuable time to make inputs.  I don't want to bore others with the "I agree" kind of comments.  I'd like to know "if and how" to indicate my appreciation, but if saying nothing is best and always assumed, I'm fine with that.  Just wondering.    T. Hans

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April 30, 2014 - 3:42 am

That is what we are here for and it is nice to be appreciated.

 

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April 30, 2014 - 8:41 pm
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thans said
I'm very new to this forum, but I'm constantly using it to see what people are saying and to research questions, etc.  I've posted a couple of items and I really appreciate the responses I've received.  How do I say "thank you" to those who have responded?  They provide help, show interest in forum members and their problems... as well as use their valuable time to make inputs.  I don't want to bore others with the "I agree" kind of comments.  I'd like to know "if and how" to indicate my appreciation, but if saying nothing is best and always assumed, I'm fine with that.  Just wondering.    T. Hans

youre-welcome-smiley-emoticonThanks Thans, it makes us all feel good when we get a pat on the backs, thank you buddy!laughAlways post often and express yourself, if you have ideas that can help all we need that feedback-SF

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