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For your answer in Quesiton # 20316953

Thanks Tim,

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Thanks CT.
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Oops, forgot to hit answer again!
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by:ComTech
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Tim, I am raising the poits for the problem, even though, we both know you answer the qustion, although it was a mistake.

But I feel justified in doing so.  :-)

Kind regards,
ComTech
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I wasn't going to comment on that part of things, just accept it in the sense that it was offered. I am as always grateful for your assistance in these matters. Though I do sometimes wish that I didn't have to keep posting questions to add to your workload I am grateful for your consideration.
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You my friend are never a bother, always glad when I can help.

CT :-)
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