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Posted By Tony Bullard Monday, September 05, 2011 6:58 AM
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I have sold an item I have listed in the classified ads and no longer need the ad running. How do I delete the ad?

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Dont think you can Tony. Think uncle eddy has to get the squirrel to run in the cage, to get power, to fire up his pc, to delete it for you.Just PM him..

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To delete ads, click the ad group that has the ads you want to delete. Check the box to the left of the specific ads you want to delete and click Delete, located above your ads.

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If the "webmaster" is watching......the above process does not seem to work for deleting a posted ad. Can you help? Thanks.
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Lee, are you trying to delete this post?

Looking for a GMC Astro 95 Cab over or a Chevrolet Titan 90 Cab over in running condition, in or near Virginia.




If so, do like I told you in your other post: click on edit and change it to what ever you like. I don't think you can delete it.


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