And why should that matter? We are ALL VOLUNTEERS here and I know that there are times where I just don't want to answer a question, even though I may know the answer, because of several possible reasons:
1. I just don't feel like it.
2. It would require typing a LOT to explain (and I hate typing or writing)
3. the question seems like it could end up going off on other tangents and I just don't have the time to deal with it now.
4. And, I may just not know the answer (nobody knows EVERYTHING about Access - although there are a few which must be pretty close - and I'm not one of them)
and there may be more...
So, when you post to a forum, you get what you get and you should not expect to get anything and if you do get something you should be grateful to get something because it didn't come with a financial cost to you. All you had to provide was time and if you don't have the time to allocate to wait for an answer then you should seek PAID professional help.
Does that help explain things?
wasn't Bob clearly said it, it just depends upon the individual if he likes to answer the question or not.