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WordPress 3.1 - Disable comments on certain posts

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Hi,
I do not want comments on certain posts, how can I do this?

There are cases, when I want to publish a general information and really need no comments on it.
I'm using Grunion Contact Form Plug-in for contact us form and need no comments on it

Thanks
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by:objects
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theres an checkbox option on the edit post page to not allow comments for that post
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by:rajoo_sharma
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Thanks guys.

@jimsweb, is there a plug-in that provides an option while adding or editing the post? kinda check box.

@Objects, there is no such checkbox.

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Under Discussion: "Allow comments"
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Oh! it was in the screen option as unchecked that is why it wasn't appearing.
Great, thanks.

Can I omit the "by Author Name" as well?
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Thanks, its perfect, what I was looking for.
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