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How do I use the css filter property in sharepoint?

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I am developing a sharepoint web part and am having problems using the IE css filter property.  When I add the filter property to my stylesheet, sharepoint designer is complaining that the current schema does not support this property.  How do I change the schema so that it does?
I've added the filter property regardless and IE does not pick up on it.  I'd like to get it working for webpart branding.
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Sorry - It works fine.  Doh!
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