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Fans Forum Guide

Why not register today with our fans forum and talk about current Swindon Town news and views with other fans. Here we have a handy guide to get you started.





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How to use the Fans Forum


This is a short guide to show you how to register and use the fans forum.



To Register click the following link http://www.swindon.vitalfootball.co.uk/forum/register.asp



Once registered you will receive an e-mail of your password automatically setup by the registration forum.



Once you have this password you are ready to logon to the forum and begin posting.



To logon click the following link



http://www.swindon.vitalfootball.co.uk/forum/logon.asp



Then you are ready to begin talking to other members. To reply to a message just click on the message and then either click quote on a message to reply directly or click reply at the bottom. There is also a quick reply box for you to reply to people quickly.



As well as replying in message's you can private message people directly by clicking the PM button this allows you to talk to other members without the problems of having to give out your e-mail adderess to people or posting information publicly.



There is also an album where you can post your pictures for other members of the forum to see such as match pictures.



If anybody has any questions about the forum please e-mail me directly at editor@swindon.vitalfootball.co.uk








Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Saturday April 22 2006
Time: 6:54AM

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