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Glad I could help (although you must be going blind from reading.. <lol>). When one asks, tell me all about FSO.. where do you begin?.. <wink>. Riduce did a good job of following up with examples.. <smile>.

Anyhow, Thank YOU, too.. <smile>.
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Adjusted points from 150 to 190
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Hello Wsh2
I am so sorry it took so long to award the points. Here is an extra 40 points for the trouble.
Thanx,
Robinson
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Hello Wsh2
Who is Riduce? You were talking about Ruchi, weren't you?
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<blushing>.. My apologies.. Yes.. it is Ruchi.. <smile>
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