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    Being new to the Forum, I created a post in “Windows › Windows 10” forum, but it would have been more appropriate for the post to be in the “Windows › Windows 10 › Questions: Win10” forum instead.
    (ref: post #2391682)

    How do I move the post to the more appropriate forum?

    Thanks

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    • #2392247

      Ask and it will be moved.  I need to log in as a normal user and see what options you have.

      Susan Bradley Patch Lady

    • #2392262

      I distinctly remember this question being asked already, in a different thread, and the answer was “Asking nicely.” I think that is the one practical thing to do. Susan is the Boss, so she is a sort of Super MVP and has special powers.

      Ex Windows user (Win. 98, XP, 7) since mid-2020. Now: running macOS Big Sur 11.6 & sometimes, Linux (Mint)

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    • #2392272

      Ask and it will be moved.  I need to log in as a normal user and see what options you have.

      Hi Susan,

      Would you be so kind as to move my post #2391682 from “Windows › Windows 10” forum to “Windows › Windows 10 › Questions: Win10” forum.

      Thanks

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