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Since you helped me half way I will give you 50 points, please propose answer and I will accept.

Thank you,
-John
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Éric Moreau earned 50 total points
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Thanks.

It would be great to know on which question!
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Formatting Excel Via VB was the question.

You answer with autofit columns.

-Thanks again

-John
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