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Why is a subtopic required when submitting a question to the VB TA?

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Why, when I post a question to the VB area, am I told "The VB TA has subtopics. Please select the subtopic that most closely matches your question topic" (either "VB Controls" or "VB DB")!!
NEITHER of those makes sense for many of my VB questions!  Why can't I just submit it to the VB (general) area?

This must be a bug that only I get!  How do other people submit questions into the VB general area?
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Your current question is into the general VB section!
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