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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I posted a reply to my question to the company regarding the gluten status of Wolf brand chili . They have since notified me and asked that I edit that post to not include there phone #, fax #, and such personal information.I don't know how to do this.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO EDIT A POST ONCE IT IS POSTED?

I did not mean to do something wrong, I had seen other replys and thought that is what they all did, just copy the reply for others to see.

COULD YOU PLEASE EDIT MY ORIGINAL POST, OR DELETE IT, AS I DON'T WANT TO GET INTO ANY TROUBLE REGARDING THIS.

I will be far more careful in the future.

thank you,

Tracy

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Edit is right next to the quote and reply button so yes you can edit it.

You did not do anything wrong...if that is public info and they sent it to you then they need to realize that can end up on here and they should not send anything they do not want reposted.

I would just edit it and not worry about it after that.

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I am using a Mac computer so maybe that is why I cannot for the life of me find the Edit button you are talking about.

All I have is: add reply, or start new pole.

Once I go into the 'add reply" window...

all I have is: http://, IMG, @, QUOTE, or CODE buttons.

I will just not worry about it, and be more careful in the future.

Thanks for your help.

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Do you see where it says PM ...along that same line there is a button that says edit....its's not as far down as where the add reply button is so scroll up a little bit and you should be able to find it.

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Make sure you are logged in to see the edit button!

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I am using a Mac computer so maybe that is why I cannot for the life of me find the Edit button you are talking about.

All I have is: add reply, or start new pole.

Once I go into the 'add reply" window...

all I have is: http://, IMG, @, QUOTE, or CODE buttons.

I will just not worry about it, and be more careful in the future.

Thanks for your help.

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Don't worry you can see it on a mac, I use a mac. Once you have sent it, it will come up bottom right hand side beside quote, click on it and type in or take out what you want then at bottom below emoticons click the "add" button then at the bottom click "submit modified post."

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