How can I reply to Note to Asker?
Thread poster: solange trad
solange trad
Portuguese
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Sep 2, 2007

I have tried to search the support and forums but cannot find an answer.

I have asked a kudoz question and have a 'note to asker' How do I reply to that note? I can only see options to send note to individiual answers.

Thank-you.

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2007-09-02 12:39]


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Fabio Descalzi  Identity Verified
Uruguay
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Explanation Sep 2, 2007

Hi Solange, thanks for asking.
First of all: your KudoZ question http://www.proz.com/kudoz/2115340 was, in general, properly asked (albeit the context might be a bit longer if possible). Right now you have two answers, so far everything OK.
solange trad wrote:
I have tried to search the support and forums but cannot find an answer.
I have asked a kudoz question and have a 'note to asker'

The person who put the Note to Asker evidently wishes to have some extra context.
If you wish to put that extra context as a Note, you just press the "Add Note" white button and write it (note that such a note has a short title and then a white field, both must be filled in).


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thank-you! Sep 3, 2007

Thank-you!

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