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Some of you tell me that I have not accepted your answers on my problems, or it is my 0% accept rate. Trust me, it is a technical problem. I did not know what to do to get better answers. Please tell me what to do to accept all the answers that helped me very much. Can you explain to me what to do? How do I accept the correct answers?

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2… – Brian May 15 '10 at 19:21
LOL. Try the big V – Harmen May 15 '10 at 19:23
The accept rating is updated in batch and can take quite a while to reflect your activity. Hang in there, it will be updated after a bit. – Eric J. May 15 '10 at 19:24
@Brian - that one's closed as a duplicate. This one is the "master"… – ChrisF May 15 '10 at 19:28
@Harmen: I think that you mean the big – perbert May 15 '10 at 19:53

Look at your activity, you have accepted exactly 0 answers. (And it shows on your username tag when you post "0% accept rate").

It is discouraging for people to put effort into answering your questions if you can't be bothered to accept their answers.

On each answer, there are huge outlines of check marks, all you need to do is click on one for each question.

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@webdestroya: Accept ratings are updated in batch and can lag very far behind. – Eric J. May 15 '10 at 19:24
@Eric J. - Yea I know, but if you look at his answer history, he hasnt accept any at all. So his accept rate jives with his actual history. – Mitch Dempsey May 15 '10 at 19:24

You can get a list of your previous Questions from here then just revisit your questions and click the tick icon on the left of an answer to accept it (if the question is actually resolved). You can also upvote other helpful responses by using the up arrow on the left.

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