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Topic: How Can I Tell How Many Boxes I've Swapped?

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Subject: How Can I Tell How Many Boxes I've Swapped?
Date Posted: 9/7/2007 3:15 PM ET
Member Since: 6/21/2006
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I thought there used to be somewhere I would see that I had swapped xxx number of boxes, but I can't find it, of course.  Is it no longer available?  Am I being stupid?  (Okay, so that's a definite possiblity, and no doubt after I post this I'll see the number immediately.  But just in case I don't, if you know, please tell me!!)

I'm giving a short presentation to my retirees group about PBS and I wanted to be able to say I've sent xx books, received xx books, and swapped xx boxes.

Date Posted: 9/7/2007 3:19 PM ET
Member Since: 11/14/2005
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It used to show, but when they redid the site, that number got lost and no longer shows :(  I really liked it!

Also, you do realize that your "Books to Repost" list contains the books that you rec'd thru your boxes, too. It won't include those you got extra with a deal, but does show a lot more than just the number in the regular credit trans for me. That is nice too.



Last Edited on: 9/7/07 3:21 PM ET - Total times edited: 1
Date Posted: 9/7/2007 3:30 PM ET
Member Since: 1/10/2006
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If you go to the forums and find one of your posts, then hit your boxer tab, it will tell you how many BOB ratings you have had to get an idea of how many BOB transactions you have had. Of course some people don't give ratings but most do and it would give you a figure at least.

Date Posted: 9/8/2007 12:22 AM ET
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Thanks for the info, Sherry.  (And now you know why I haven't done any editing today.  This presentation is taking a whole lot longer than I thought it would!  And it will probably only last 5 minutes.  Sigh.)    Good idea, Diane, I'll use that as an estimate.

Date Posted: 9/8/2007 1:58 AM ET
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Deanie, isn't that such a shame, you work so hard to do a presentation, and when you actually show it, you think, "Man, all that work for THAT????" hahahaha Been there done that!