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My apologies vbRobinson.. you are MUCH too kind.. Thank YOU.. <blush> <blush>.. and a <smile>.
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I'm so used to commenting.. too humble to hit the answer button.. <YEAH, RIGHT!!!.. LOL>.. Welp, answering away.. <smile>.
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What are you sorry for? You deserve to earn the points because your code worked like a charm. I gave you 200 points for that.
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Robinson
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<tipping backwardz baseball cap and bowing>.. "My pleasure Sir".. <smile>.
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