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"Error In Quotation"

Hi expert,

In my earlier thread "Error in quotation" -

the thread some how got locked and I am not able to reward points and also not able to thank those whose suggestions helped me to solve the issue.

Please let me know how can I be able to unlock the thread.

Thanks

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    Posted on Aug 17, 2011 at 04:23 AM

    HI Ritu,

    Actually u have asked a basic question "Error In Quotation" with out knowing the forum rules,insted of posting u might have search in google or SDN.

    Coming to the thread lock,forum people who have an authorization they will lock your posting because of avoiding forum rules and for asking basic question,as a fresher to the forum don't worry but in future anything you want to post please go for search first then post.

    Thanks

    Vinayak

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    • Former Member

      Hi Vinayak,

      Actually u have asked a basic question "Error In Quotation" with out knowing the forum rules,insted of posting u might have search in google or SDN.

      Actually, you are right but an other rule of the forum is to write in plain English words, so SMS style like using "u" instead of "you" is also forbidden...

      Regards,

      Olivier

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