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    Cool TITLE

    Hello,

    As a title, is it better to write: "To place an order", "Place an order" or "Placing an order? "

    Thanks a lot

    W

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    Re: TITLE

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello,

    As a title, is it better to write: "To place an order", "Place an order" or "Placing an order? "

    Thanks a lot

    W
    As a title, I would go with "Placing an Order" or "How to Place an Order".

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