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Hi this is not realy a question
 but I wanted to share this with you all any way I have just opened my new

website at http://www.lastsale.com/vb

I made my site to try and offers help to Visual Basic users form Beginers to advanced. and I would also like to say that this website and some of my work might have not been compleated with out the help of the pepole at Experts-Exchange.com
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Thank You for introduction and I will register to member.
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