Can I remove a topic from a forum after alot of people have answered? How do I do that?
You need to e-mail HP staff and request it. You can't do it yourself.
I've heard that, too.
I find that if I ignore it extra hard, I don't notice it.
Until somebody comes along and posts something to bump it.
Really though, I've asked a few people and this is the answer I've gotten.
People In The Know have told me.
But I haven't tried it myself.
If you started the topic, you should be able to lock/close the thread, but I don't think you can delete it. The deletion feature may also be a timed feature, like editing (after a certain amount of time, you can't make changes) I may be wrong on that, but as I don't really start threads, it's beyond my experience.
You should go back to your original post and take a look at the button options to see what you have there.
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