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    A new member Rick asked this. Is it to help find something in a search?
    Rolf
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    Yes. And it also helps search engines categorize posts.
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      When you click to get your profile, then click on your account, then way down is edit your signature. Make it very individual!
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        You could use a tag(s) to help categorize by season; fret/intarsia/word art; species; finish, etc. Anything to help make something more easy to search.
        Jim
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