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In this Creative COW quick tip, Abraham Chaffin shows how to create a FAQ in the Creative COW Forums.



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Re: Tutorial: How to Create a COW FAQ
by Dan Asselin
Congratulations Abraham a truly great idea and easy method. You might want to send this tutorial to all of your forum leaders as they are the best judges as to what should go in an FAQ.
Once again well done......Dan


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