One of the most common misconceptions of new posters is that you need to post in multiple sub-forums in order to insure that your message is read and your question is answered. The truth is, this is both unnecessary and annoying to the majority of the population. While the forum members are a helpful lot, we tend to get a little frustrated with multiple posts for a couple of reasons - one, it splits the conversation, so no question is really fully answered, and secondly it reinforces the (usually mistaken) belief that newbies are to be treated with at least a little bit on intolerance. That being said, initial posts should be placed in the appropriate forum a single time. If it is mistakenly placed in the wrong forum, the moderators will step in and relocate it as necessary. And don't worry - your post will be seen. Many experienced members patrol the forum using the "New Posts" search, available in the forum "navigator bar" to see what's been posted since their last visit. This way, there is no need to go to specific sub-forums to see posts. Speaking of finding posts - the search feature (again in the Navigation Bar) can be very useful. If you think you have a non-unique question, first do a quick search of the forum to see if a recent question was asked. While not perfect, it's a chance to check things out before posting a question that's been asked (and answered) many times before.