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G'day shekerra

For your help on question #20158994*

Thanks
Joe.

PS. Hope I have got it right this time
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Jogor -
You have been wonderful about all these posts!  Yes you have it 100% correct.  Thank you for your consistent follow-ups - and your efforts are sincerely appreciated.
Regards,
>Bev
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Bev, I should be making the compliments. A very big thanks to all.

Incidentally, I am in Tasmania, Australia, and do like to have a bit of a yap to people in other countries, so if you ever want a bit of a talk, feel free to email me direct.(I just presume that you can, I wouldn't be able to work out how to).

Regards
Joe.
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