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How to search those ITEMS I had ever joined in?

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Hi Everyone,

   How to search those ITEMS I had ever joined in?

   Thanks in advance.
   
   Liq
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by:kretzschmar
ID: 9692537
? what for items
? how joined
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by:liqsz
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To,

  Master, I have knew the answer.
  Could you help me delete it?


   Best Regards!
 
  Liq.
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by:kretzschmar
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-go to community-support topic
-post there a 0-points question and ask there for delete this q
-don't forget to provide a link to this q there

a moderator will then delete this q and refund your points

meikl ;-)
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by:liqsz
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To,   kretzschmar

    I am sorry. Here,  Items are those questions.
   'Join'  means that I Comment.

   Liq
   
   
   
   
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kretzschmar earned 80 total points
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>Items are those questions.
>'Join'  means that I Comment

-go into your profile (just click your account-name)
-there is a section "Comment History"
-just click view there

meikl ;-)
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by:liqsz
ID: 9692996

Hi,

     kretzschmar, I visit the web site experts-exchange first time.
     
    Could you tell me how to give the points to you.

    Thank you for helping me and Sincerely.

    Liq
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by:kretzschmar
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just press the accept button beside the comment,
which helps you most, in the followup-page select the grade (a-c)
and then submit

meikl ;-)
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by:kretzschmar
ID: 9693195
well, i see you got it

additional i want you to
welcome here in ex-ex

have a nice time and get allways the answer you will need

meikl ;-)
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by:liqsz
ID: 9705135
Thanks to kretzschmar. I hope meet you in the future.
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