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For your contribution to http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=visualbasic&qid=20107599

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Thank you. What should I do with these points? How can I add them?
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You don't have to do a thing except do what you did -- comment in the question. As the Asker of a question, my browser shows a button which says "Accept This Comment As Answer" -- which I've done. It then goes to a screen on which I can grade the question. An A multiplies the points by 4, so in the top left corner of the page, you should see 128 points next to Expert Points.

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