Thanks for the explanation. I didn't understand that "Reflects Windows license data" meant that my license key had been published. I thought the issue was that I used the txt file format. That's why I asked the question.
As I indicated, the snapshot would have contained personal data since my full name is the computer name --thus the reason for exporting the information, removing the computer name/my name (60 instances), and posting as a txt file.
It's interesting that the moderator's instructions to "to comply with what is requested, how it is requested" would have resulted in personal data being posted in a public forum via the mini toolbox report (and the snapshot in my case). The moderators might wish to instruct people on the "cut and paste" necessity to prevent such data from being posted. After all, moderators and members alike are clearly concerned with license keys being posted, and rightfully so. I would think that same concern would extend to members' names.
In the end, I did exactly as you suggested. I did a "find and replace" to remove my personal data. I chose to attach a text file because I thought it would be easier to read than a long, long post entry. When I asked for clarification from the moderator, I was met with rudeness and no explanation.
Though I may incur the wrath of the mighty moderators yet again, I suggest that they (and all members) be clear when they explain something (reflecting Windows license data), read carefully the responses (I didn't want to post information that contained my full name), and tone down the "Don't question, just do it my way" attitude.
Back to my computer issue.