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AU Question How It Reflects CR

My girlfriend has a Furniture Row CC through either GEMB or Cap 1...I can't recall who took over it. Her limit is 1200. $0 balance. If she makes me an Authorized User, then does that tradeline affect my report? Im just wondering because she is going to ask for an increase just to have more available credit. She's had the card a year.
Just wondering if she made me an AU, if that would reflect on my report by either an inquiry or just the addition of another limit.

By the way: I made her an AU on my Walmart CC two-three years ago and then removed her "by se-selecting her on the Walmart CC site", since I thought that would remove the Walmart card from HER report, but it still shows to this day.
Would the same happen with her Furniture Row CC for me?
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