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    Multiple Topics in One Thread

    Say you have a subject you want to talk about but it has several components, or topics to it. You can create the thread with the over-archng title such as this one, and talk about the one component you want to cover first, like your favorite cookie.... chocolate chip!

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    Milk - the Perfect Companion!

    Now say you are moving onto the second topic within the thread. You can Title that post by clicking the Go Advance button at the bottom right of the text editor. When working with the Advanced feature of the forum posting mechanics, it allows you to put in a title.... in this posts’ case, ‘Milk - the Perfect Companion!’

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    Milk and Cookies - YUMM!

    For the sake of example, lets add in a third topic here...adding milk to the cookies treat! Again, giving this post its own title.

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    So there you have it...a way to cover several elements, components, topics, whatever, in one thread. and remember, you can title the posts you want, and the ones you don’t want to have a title, like this post, if you noticed.

    The point? This is just another way of presenting your thread in a way that helps the reader differentiate between posts on one subject, but with many facets to it. It's also a way for the author to split a thread into different parts to make a whole.
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