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Yes, if you are a beginner, that seems like an appropriate section of the forum.
Normally you'd just click the 'New Thread' button, create a post, and click 'Submit New Thread' at the bottom.
If it didn't work, it MIGHT be a question of some restrictions on new users. I don't remember the exact policies,
but as far as I know there are some restrictions for newly registered users regarding eg. attaching files. Did your
post contain just text or did you try to attach something?
Try again. If you don't succed, probably one of the moderators can help.
And approved your other post - sorry for the delay, unfortunately there's
not always one of us around when posts get auto-moderated; I didn't notice
your post until just then. Sorry for any inconvenience.