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Hello Crin,

Thanks again for the help last week on that Access distribution problem.  Here are the points I promised.  If you want to view the solution, check out Q_10325965.
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Crin earned 400 total points
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Hello :))
Thank you very much.
I knew that ADO has problems that could be fixed by MDAC, but at the first moment thought you used DAO. Sorry if my suggestions spent some your time for wrong version checking and thank you once again for the points :))

By the way I really impressed by the answer, because I checked out - you forgot to say you use ADO... So, I'm not sure I received points honest way :))

Sincerely yours,

Crin
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