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windows server feedback

I know this may not be the right place to ask this but i am in dire need of a job right now and i need some feedback on how to answer these paragraphs, the recruiter wants me to put after each bullet point paragraph a couple of sentances, i have worked with all of these windows technologies but i just dont know how to word it correctly or how i should paragraph it. any feed back on this would be very appreciated. thanks

Experience with Windows desktop and server platforms, including Windows 2000/2003 Server, Windows Vista, Windows NT,  Windows XP Pro, Windows 2000 Pro, Windows NT4.0 Workstation, and Windows ME/98/95
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Based on the repetitive posts in this and other zones, it appears that you are asking the Experts on this site to provide content for your  resume that may or may not be indicative of your actual skillset.

If you have something that you would like the experts to critique for verbiage/style, please post it and we will provide feedback.  However, it appears that you are asking us to provide talking points to "pad" your resume with our expertise when that may or may not be your own.  In my personal opinion (which does not necessarily reflect that of EE site owners/management), "dishonest" doesn't even begin to cut it if that is the case.

If you are legitimately asking for feedback on your existing CV, then I offer my apology in advance for the misinterpretation, and feel free to post your information for feedback.
scripttron75Author Commented:
yes you did misunderstand becuase i was talking about how to word my resume that pertains to a particular  skill.

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