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Access the Profile Page of Member:
Click on the member name of the person you want to seach from nearly anywhere in the board.  If you'd like to view  your own profile, you can click on your name in the Login bar underneath the board's header.

In the main profile view, there are two semi-static areas, then a tabbed area in the middle.
. This should bring you into their profile page. (If you search by using the "members" link, type or search for their name, then click on it. Then choose "View Member Profile".)

Viewing all Topics and Posts:
Once you are in the profile page, simply click on the OPTIONS pulldown menu (just underneath the member's profile photo) and then choose either "Find member's posts" or "Find member's topics".
Vieweing 'Member's Posts' results show Topics and Posts (replies) whereas 'Topics' only show that member's topics started. Results will display the Post Date, the actual Post, the Forum with a link to the Post Preview, the number of Replies and Views.

Side note:
The Topics and Posts in the center of the profile pages only display the last 5 posts, whereas the above works for ALL topics and posts at MM.

Another option is to search for topics started by a member within a specific forum. If you want to search all your topics started in Seren's for example, click into the forum, scroll to the bottom, and choose, "Order: Topic Starter" by ascending or descending order, Show: "all", Topics: "all" and click 'GO'. The list of posts will now be sorted by membername order. There, you can look for your name and find all posts you've started in that forum.

Another option is to utilize our 'Search' code (you'll find a seprate HELP topic for all the information on that feature titled
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