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Hi!

Thanks for the points, Moondancer!

That's it!

glass cookie : )
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YAY!!! Found you.
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Thanks! : ) Was I so hard to find after all - just curious?
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With something like 1,000 open questions that I'm handling currently, truly tough to follow up and find everyone.  To try and keep the process flowing, I've centrally posted all Points for Experts in a couple of central links, but even with that, many remain unclaimed.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=cleanup&qid=20301491

Moderators are not authorized to Email Experts directly, making it even tougher to get these Points for items closed.

Anyway, glad you found it.

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