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Please comment in your specific POINTS FOR questions to collect your points for the cleanup and point splits we've processed.  If experts don't add comments or Propose an Answer, the points will never flow.

If you are involved in questions and see a Moderator posting follow up requests for Expert closing recommendations, please expert feedback so we can expedite this topic area's cleanup effort.  

HINT:  Use your Browser's Edit/Find with your MemberID to expedite your search process within the questions below.  Although this doesn't begin to include all Points for Experts questions awaiting comments, they are central questions with recent items processed by some Moderators.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?qid=20277028 Part 1
http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=commspt&qid=20295853 Part 2
http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=commspt&qid=20311017 -> Current question with the newest additions - Part 3


In the event you have no response in 7 days, please post a zero point question in Community Support with the link, since it may have been generated by someone no longer active here.  

***** PLEASE Watch for others in your respective TA generated by Askers and prior/other Moderators which may not be on the list.  If you don't comment or Propose an Answer, you can't get these well-earned points.

Thanks a lot.

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I think we can close this

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