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mcrider -- This is for the assistance you provided on my question about the form size being limited by the screen resolution when printing a form.

The original post was http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=visualbasic&qid=10308833  (though our exchange actually began in an earlier post on a similar topic).

I'll bump the point total to 50 on Monday, when I have the points to do so. Please go ahead and answer this now so I can grade it and release it then.

Thanks again!

-- b.r.t.
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mcrider earned 50 total points
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Thanks again!


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Adjusted points from 29 to 50
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Alas, I'm again down to 4 points.

Thanks for your help. Though I lament not having any, I have no regrets for how I've spent my points.
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Barry,

Thanks for the points! glad I could help!
Your points will build up again... ;-)


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If you get desperate, you can alway by more points... I think it's 10 cents a point.


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