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Thanks for your help on my question

"Crystal - Images from Filenames"
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Dot_Net/VB_DOT_NET/Q_21089679.html
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TheLearnedOne,
If you happen to see frodoman in your travels, can you point him here?
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Is this a POINTS For question?  I am not sure about how you handle these.  I just mark them accordingly when I come across them, and let you figure out the magic required.

Bob
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Thanks.  :)
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Clif - Thanks for the nod - sorry I didn't see this sooner.  Cheers - frodoman
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And thanks for the help in the Crystal/Images question.  :)

Also thanks to the mods for not deleting this before frodoman had a chance to respond.
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