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For your assistnace in http://www.experts-exchange.com/win98/Q.20275296.html

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Thanks C101. I kind of feel like a jerk and I let my frustration level get to me. BTW I have not seen to much of you lately. How are thing going? What is your opinion on the code rewrite EE is doing?


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I'll send you an e-mail when I get time.

Thanks for your continued support

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