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Just posted a 100 point question that didn't post, but took my points.
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Question by:Chizl
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by:clifABB
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Was it titled "ShellExecute and Wait for response"?

If so, it exists at http://www.experts-exchange.com/topics/comp/lang/visualbasic/Q.10063009
And was answered by Dalin.
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by:Chizl
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yea..  Where did it go?
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by:deighton
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Click on your name 'Chizl' and then scroll down to your VB questions. There you will find it.
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by:Chizl
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I found it, but is isn't under my name nor can I see it at all.   That is ok, someone code and sent me the URL of it's location.   Someone answer this so I can close this message out!
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yadda yadda yadda

(is that worth an "A" rating?)  ;^)
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by:Chizl
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humm   No I think there needs to be more yadda yadda yadda's hehe
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