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READ THIS BEFORE POSTING ON THIS BOARD - Guidelines for this board

Let me give you some guidelines for what should be here. This is a "How To" board, not a "How Do I" board.

First off a "How To" in the middle of a thread is not going to be much help. If you did one in the middle of a thread maybe you could just copy and paste that to a new post in the "How To" section.

You must have pictures! We like to see things to help us understand what you just typed. How many words is a picture worth? Having a picture showing the results of you work is nice, but you really need to have pictures showing the steps involved that are involved.

Make sure if you make a How To post and it's not by the book that you say so. Most of what I do is the Lamonster way and it may or may not be by the book. We just want to make sure we give out good helpful information here.

I stared this concept on the 109 board and you can get an idea what we want this one to look like here.
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