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sorry I rejected your answer. I have now managed to make it work. if you answer this I will accept it so you get the points you should have had before - Elizabeth
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Thanks askew :))

btw, I saw your comment in the other quesiton, but I answered again there so if you want, you can reject that answer and post a question in the Customer Service area for points refunding...

Good Luck, and once agian thanks for the points!!

..-=ViKtOr=-..
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