Here at Windows7Forums.com, we are committed to recognizing global contributors to communities both online and offline. As we have recently teamed up with Microsoft to recognize the Microsoft Community Contributor program on this website, we will also accept registrations for valid and present Microsoft MVPs. Unfortunately, simply answering that you are a Microsoft MVP is insufficient for us to add a ranked title to your profile for this recognition purpose. To add MVP validation to your Windows7Forums.com profile, please respond to this thread with: Your MVP ID Your full name The URL to your Microsoft MVP Profile Once this information can be validated, we will add a ranked title to your profile to identify you to other members as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional. This is a non-time consuming process, but if you do not feel comfortable revealing this information, it should be emphasized that this an optional procedure. Your username will likely be coded in a different color and the official Microsoft MVP logo will be displayed under your username. Furthermore, if you are not renewed for the MVP award during the annual nomination process, please notify us at email@example.com, as any misrepresentation of this status will be your responsibility. Currently, the renomination and nomination process is still scheduled for April 1, 2013 for some MVPs. The information you provide will be made publicly available on your Windows7Forums.com profile, and if a connected e-mail is identified, on your Windows8Forums.com profile as well. This effort is being taken as a matter of request and being provided as a service at the request of several Microsoft MVPs. Unfortunately, recognition for actual IT certifications and other awards cannot be made at this time due the lengthy verification requirements. You are free to display this information in your signature, for so long as you are not misrepresenting yourself in any official or unofficial capacity. Thank you.