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here you go, thresher_shark...
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Oh, thank you for making a separate question.  I hope I helped you solve your problem.

Thanks!
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Heh, I just reread my "answer" and realized that at the time I must have been thinking that you were the same person I was answering to before.  One of those "spaced out" moments :-)
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NP :-)
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Huh, I'm not familiar with NP... what does that mean?  TIA and TTYL :-)
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NP = No Problem :-)
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Ahh.... Thanks :-)
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