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thanks for your help at q

http://www.experts-exchange.com/win2k/Q_20324230.html

meikl ;-)
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No thank YOU for the bonus points. It wasn't necessary but IS appreciated.

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was a pleasure for me,
thanks for your help and suggestions

meikl ;-)
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