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Posted on 2001-08-16
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Thanks, teacher_mod!
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dnoelpp earned 100 total points
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By the way I qualify now for EE Pro, but the link "You qualify" doesn't appear at the left pane. (I already posted a question at Community Support)
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EEKpro eligibilty is on a monthly basis the points this month will qualify you for September. Starting on Sept 1.  Congratualtions. :o)

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