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Mistake on my Last question dealing with Add/Remove Programs

Posted on 2003-12-05
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Made a mistake on the points. Split with the wrong person. 25 should HAVE gone to FRODOMAN.
Moderator Please advise.
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by:frodoman
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boneal06 -

You would have to post this in the Community Support Section to get attention of a Moderator, but don't worry about it.

Just be sure that you come to my rescue with an answer next time I need one and we'll call it even ;-)

Cheers,

Frodoman
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frodoman earned 25 total points
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Now that I think about it, you can just accept this as an "answer" and it'll give me to 25 points.  You'll have to post in Comm Support though if you want a refund for some of the points already granted to the others...
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