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  1. Y'niee Joaquin
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    ASAP.

    How to delete a thread?

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    Re: ASAP.

    Quote Originally Posted by Y'niee Joaquin View Post
    How to delete a thread?
    I have moved your request to have your account closed and your threads deleted to the support area.

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    Re: ASAP.

    Quote Originally Posted by Y'niee Joaquin View Post
    How to delete a thread?
    For the benefit of other students who want to know the answer to this question, this is what you do:

    Click Edit Post, then Delete. Check Delete Message (you don't need to give a reason) and finally Delete Post.

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    Re: ASAP.

    Note that you cannot delete a thread you have started if somebody has posted a response. This is because deletion of a thread would automatically delete all responses. This would clearly be unfair to people who have taken the time and trouble to post a response.

  4. Y'niee Joaquin
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    Re: ASAP.

    Anyway, thanks guys. Coz whenever I check my work in a plagiarism checker the thread i post here is always existing leading me to my thread here. Which seems that I am plagiarizing my own work. Thats my big problem -.-

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    Re: ASAP.

    Quote Originally Posted by Y'niee Joaquin View Post
    Anyway, thanks guys. Coz whenever I check my work in a plagiarism checker the thread i post here is always existing leading me to my thread here. Which seems that I am plagiarizing my own work. Thats my big problem -.-
    Are you saying that when you post excerpts of your work into a plagiarism checker, it points out that you also posted the same work on this forum? That's not plagiarism and it should be clear to anyone else who checks that the work on this forum was written by someone with the same name - you!
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: ASAP.

    Quote Originally Posted by Y'niee Joaquin View Post
    Anyway, thanks guys. Coz whenever I check my work in a plagiarism checker the thread i post here is always existing leading me to my thread here. Which seems that I am plagiarizing my own work. Thats my big problem -.-
    I have deleted the thread completely. However, if you do searches, the text may still appear in search results because it is stored by search engines in their cache. This has nothing to do with us as it is stored by them, but when they update, it will disappear from there. In the meantime, the link in the results will go to an error page as the page has been deleted here.

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