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You are welcome.  I am relatevly new on this board, so I am not sure that it correct "diplomatic protocol" here.

Any way - always glad to help when I can.
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I was given a correct answer by jhance in that thread, so he got the points.  But since you gave me extra useful info, I threw some points your way.

Thanks for the help   :-)
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