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Old June 21st, 2003, 03:28 AM
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Hi all,

Please send the steps how I can edit the form ?
how I can open the form ?
I have develop form but it not open for editing.

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Hi Mateen,

I don't want to sound rude, but I suggest you try to spend some time on formulating your questions here. This is not related to the English language, but to the information you supply.

People on this list can help you with your questions, but only if you supply the correct information. Try to describe the application type you're working on, the tool(s) you are using, the steps you have taken so far that got you where you are now, the steps you think you need to take to finish your task, and the resources you have already used to try to solve the problem yourself (Google, MSDN, other sites etc).

Only with this information, people can really help. Just posting "I have a problem, send me the solution" is not going to get you any further here, I am afraid.

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Ok
I will only post the problem

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 Hi Mateen,

I don't want to sound rude, but I suggest you try to spend some time on formulating your questions here. This is not related to the English language, but to the information you supply.

People on this list can help you with your questions, but only if you supply the correct information. Try to describe the application type you're working on, the tool(s) you are using, the steps you have taken so far that got you where you are now, the steps you think you need to take to finish your task, and the resources you have already used to try to solve the problem yourself (Google, MSDN, other sites etc).

Only with this information, people can really help. Just posting "I have a problem, send me the solution" is not going to get you any further here, I am afraid.

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