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Information for new people. (This thread will need to be cleaned up but it is a starting point.)

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Almost all  'proper' questions get answered. (Especially if you do not ask us to do too many at one time)

If your question wasn't answered it is possible that it was phrased poorly, or was incomplete, so that no-one understood exactly what you were asking.

It is important to phrase your question well.  If there is a diagram make sure it include all necessary information.

If you direct answerers to another web page make sure that they are taken to the right page.  This is a common error and it is very frustrating for answerers.

Question askers may be too busy or too confused to ask you for clarification.

If they do ask then make sure you answer promptly.

If you do not understand an answer then you need to ask for clarification or more explanation.  Try to explain what it is that you do not understand.  NEVER say you are happy if you do not fully understand.

(You should state your difficulties even when you very first post your question!)

When you are happy with an answer that you have received please post a thankyou on the end of the thread and also give the answerer  thumbs up.

If you do not get any answer then you can clarify your meaning with a new post on the same thread.

you can also repost but do not be too quick to do this.  If someone has tried to answer you stick to the same thread.  It is rude to ignore someone and just repost.

If you do not have an answer  and your question is  no longer on the first page feel free to repost.

Most importantly of all - Always be polite.

PLEASE REMEMBER: No answerer is paid.  They all answer your questions because they are generous people who are giving you their time and their knowledge freely.

ALSO NOTE: Members are given priority and answerers often remember the attitude of these question askers.  Polite, responsive people will always be given priority.

Thank you.

Melody.

Melody  Jun 14, 2014

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1) How to access a web address that is written in a post (if you have a windows operating system)

Put the curser anywhere over the address, right click, choose 'open link in new tab'

2) How to copy and paste web addresses (if you have a windows operating system)

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/how-to-copy-and-paste-web-addresses

3) Scoring system  (courtesy of NinjaDevo)

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/why-does-my-profile-keep-saying-a-number

4) How to upload an Image.

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/how-to-upload-an-image-nbsp_1

5) How to copy cut and paste if you are in Windows.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhXg4tvIft4

6)  Instructions on reposting:  

The forum gets very busy and occasionally some questions don't get answered.

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/instructions-on-reposting_1

Melody  Jun 14, 2014
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Best Answer

1) How to access a web address that is written in a post (if you have a windows operating system)

Put the curser anywhere over the address, right click, choose 'open link in new tab'

2) How to copy and paste web addresses (if you have a windows operating system)

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/how-to-copy-and-paste-web-addresses

3) Scoring system  (courtesy of NinjaDevo)

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/why-does-my-profile-keep-saying-a-number

4) How to upload an Image.

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/how-to-upload-an-image-nbsp_1

5) How to copy cut and paste if you are in Windows.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhXg4tvIft4

6)  Instructions on reposting:  

The forum gets very busy and occasionally some questions don't get answered.

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/instructions-on-reposting_1

Melody  Jun 14, 2014
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Using the Web2 calculator

 

1) How do I type in fractions

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/how-do-i-type-in-fractions

 

2) How do I enter angles in degrees minutes and seconds

Say you want to enter  30degrees, 15minutes and 45seconds      (30+15/60+45/3600)

That will enter it in degrees for you.   Also

Make sure the degrees button is pressed at the bottom right of the calc before you do any trogonometry.

 

3) How do I enter inverse trigonometry

Arc sin is the same as inverse sin       Hit 2nd function first then use asin

Inverse tan is atan

Inverse cos is acos

Melody  Sep 18, 2014
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Suggestion:

How you can track your answers.      It is good too know if someone has entered an answer after yours.

Melody  Jan 29, 2015
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I am cleaning up and filing away old posts and I came across this one.  I thought I would put it here. 

 

Please do not treat this forum like as if it is facebook  

Melody  May 6, 2015
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Good job melody

Deathrises101  Feb 21, 2017

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