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Re: How to proceed with Asset Acceptance


guiness56 wrote:

This thread is way over a year old.  You might do better to start a new one with the subject.


Thanks for responding.  Total noobie and um.. dont know how to start a thread.. help?

 

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Re: How to proceed with Asset Acceptance

No problem, you'll get the hang of it.

 

Just go back to the rebuilding forum.  On the top of the forum is a box that says new message.  Click on that, fill in the subject, click on the message box and you are on your way.

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Re: How to proceed with Asset Acceptance

thanks!!

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