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Here is you part of the points, and thanks again for all you help, BTW when i unhide the DUN window both of your codes work, so i know there is a way to do this, my friend said there a dll you can grab the updating info from but he said he would have to see if he can find me the code to do it.
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well i wish we could have figured it out for you. if you get it i'd love to see it.
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