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Forum posting rules:
Proofread your posts before you press Send. If it sounds rude or demeaning, try rewording it. Remember that no one can see your face; the full meaning of what you write must be gleaned only from the words on the page.
Typing in all caps is net-speak for SHOUTING. Don't do it. Besides being bad nettiquette, it is difficult to read.
Please trim your messages. Delete most of the post you are replying to, but not ALL of it. Most of us read numerous forums and have jobs and we do not have time to look back to see what you are referencing. Keep only enough of the post to let us know what you are replying to.
Top Posting: This forum is not usenet. Yes, on usenet and on some Yahoo groups, bottom posting is the norm and top posting will get you slaughtered in a flame war. Here, however, we normally post on the TOP. It has been this way since the forum began, and most seem to prefer it, so that is how we do it. If you post on the bottom, you will not be shot at dawn, but you will be in the minority, and if the post is buried in someone's Daily Digest, the one person who could have answered your post might never see it.
Mac vs PC: They both are good. Use what you want and do not use this forum to debate their virtues or lack there of. If you ask a question that the OS you are using has bearing (for example, you are on a Mac and can't find the Organizer everyone is asking questions about), then that is fine. If you just want to say that your Mac is better than any PC, or your PC is better than any Mac, don't post it. It always starts a barrage of Mac vs PC posts.
XP vs Vista: See above.
Above all, HAVE FUN.