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Posted on 2003-10-22
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Thanks for letting me know about the 'points for' policy.

Mary S.
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Charles? This question was closed in Oct., and you were never part of the original thread. Why the sad face?
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I get sad when "points for" questions get lost in the abyss. Thought may be Mary would get the email and come give you points.
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Charles, thank you:)

Mary, if you return to this thread, you need to accept (click the accept button) my comment here in order for me to get the points.
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Done. Have a good week!

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Thanks Mary:)  And thank you too Charles..

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