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Where is the full question wizard?

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Where is the full question wizard?  Clicking the green box (above) takes me nowhere.

The question I have concerns software/malware, NOT POLITICS.
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Question by:JulianSwig
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Dave Baldwin earned 50 total points
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Click on ASK in the menu at the top.
Top menu
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by:WaterStreet
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Julianswig,

Copy the question you posted in Politics, and then delete it, while you still can, before someone posts there.

Then follow Dave Baldwin advice.
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by:tliotta
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Did you try the link in the 'Ask' page?
Embedded link in 'Ask' page
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by:SunBow
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also

A) Prior to ask as above, (Dave Baldwin), first select the desired TA where you want to place Q

B) You can review result in preview (button below) then go back and review it to be the intent
You can then confirm the TA and gain ability to add link to other TA as well to increase attention (advertise) via tliotta method above

C) Prior to submission, perform the upload to attach file (clip below)
Review, you can still edit and change mind prior to submission.
If you find that incorrect file was uploaded, then remove it and upload intended file.

D) After submitting, review once again, if dissatisfied, you may still go back and edit it (link found below) and submit revision. Be prompt.

E) If you notice some 'anomaly' later on upon review of comment of another, simply post another comment to update thread to current state to refocus towards goal

No one is expected to perform perfectly (even experts), experts do not mind earlier errors (proper spelling?) so much, preferring more the supplemental comments of authors concerning whether they understand the question, and how well (or not) is the progress towards the goal.
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by:JulianSwig
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I am just trying to get out of all this. The format/layout of the EE has changed as of May 7th and this is confusing to me.
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by:JulianSwig
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I started this out by allowing only 50 points. I have awarded Dave Baldwin an A grade and the 50 points.
Apparently this renders me unable now to recognize the rest of you. I am sorry.
I now know how to access the full question wizard. I do not believe that this question will have value for the followers of the EE service. Therefore I request that you ask the moderator/administrator to delete/remove the question.

Thank you all,
Julian Swig
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by:JulianSwig
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SunBow;

I think you presumed that I know what TA stands for. I do not.

Thank you,
Julian Swig
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by:WaterStreet
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Julian,

"I do not believe that this question will have value for the followers of the EE service."   That's not the point.

"I now know how to access the full question wizard."  That's the point.

"Therefore I request that you ask the moderator/administrator to delete/remove the question."

As just one of the participating members who tried to help you, I respectfully object, because you acknowledged that you got your answer.  The saved question will be a record of those members who spent time trying to help you, regardless of whether they were awarded or not.  Deleting the question would be as if none of the members tried to help you.

Further, Dave Baldwin would lose the points that you awarded him.

The point is that you asked for help and you said you got it.  This is the way EE is supposed to work for you.

regards,

Michael
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by:JulianSwig
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Who are you? Walter Street or Michael?

Dear Walter or Michael;

Thank you. You are right. I will not seek to delete or remove my Wizard question.

I simply want out from under that question so that I can start a new question.  I was led to believe that since Wizard was pending it would prevent me from starting a new question.

Can you please tell me if what I have done here so far is sufficient to clear the way for myself to ask a fresh question?
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by:WaterStreet
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Michael is the actual name of WaterStreet.

I believe a member can actually have several questions open at once but he needs to keep them active.

You closed this question. I see no reason why you can't open another one.  There is nothing more you need to do in this one.  You or any member can continue to post here, however.

Michael
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by:JulianSwig
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Michael;

Thank you.

I suppose a laundry list of questions is disfavored. "Asking" one or a few questions at a time would be better for assigning points. I am tempted to use a laundry list / narrative approach.

I or any member can continue to post here, BUT WE ARE NOT ELEIGIBLE FOR POINTS AS THEY HAVE ALREADY BEEN AWARDED TO DAVE, -RIGHT?

Julian
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by:Dave Baldwin
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You are right that no more points will be awarded in this question since it is now closed.  The only reason I know of that would prevent you from asking more questions is if you had left questions open for too long.  I can't tell from your profile if you have any open questions right now.

If you post too many questions in one 'question', you will likely be asked to break them into individual postings.  This is especially true if they are not related to each other.
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by:WaterStreet
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Posting unrelated questions in the same thread annoys me and I expect it turns off other possible responders.  The only thing I can do about it is not respond or maybe make a comment about how inappropriate it is.

You may, however, ask sub-questions that clearly relate to the main question.  Even with the new EE, I don't think it costs anything to open a new question. Many do when their threads become long.
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by:SunBow
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Basically in agreement
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