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rtc99

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Being a long time user but
« on: October 04, 2006, 03:30:19 PM »

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just recently started reading the forum.   I'm interesting in finding out how one is moved from a newbie to a higher more educated user.  I faintly remember when registering my id that it asked me what my experience was and I answered newbie.  I would of thought it was in my profile to change but isn't.  Or is this something that increases with the number of replies and posts a person makes?

Just curious.

Thanks for any replies.

Rtc99
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Re: Being a long time user but
« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2006, 04:18:31 PM »

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just recently started reading the forum.   I'm interesting in finding out how one is moved from a newbie to a higher more educated user.  I faintly remember when registering my id that it asked me what my experience was and I answered newbie.  I would of thought it was in my profile to change but isn't.  Or is this something that increases with the number of replies and posts a person makes?

Just curious.

Thanks for any replies.

Rtc99

It's a function of the number of replies and posts.


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