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Dear Smeebud
I attach 100 points to this question on account of the work you have already done towards answering my question regarding IE4/printer/modem siezing. I am due to go into hospital next week for an operation so I may not be on line for a while.
Regards
Alan wood
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arwood,
Thank you.
May the great spirit look after you while you're in the hospital
man.
Come back.

Regards and prayers,
Bud
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Dear Bud
Thanks. You guys do a hard and great job.
Alan

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