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How do I edit my post?

Someone, please point me to the post that instructs how to edit my post. I need to add another attachment.

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Someone, please point me to the post that instructs how to edit my post. I need to add another attachment.

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You can edit posts for up to 24 hours. After that, you cannot edit them -- with the exception of post #1 in a thread you created.

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