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You're welcome, Escheider.

And thank you for the points also. :-)


Just for documentation. This is for the following question, which asked about extracting individual lines from a TextBox or RichTextBox:

   http://experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=visualbasic&qid=20158741



-Dennis Borg
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Thank you sir.

I posted a question about data grids.  Hope to hear from you on that one.

Eric
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