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marquee webpart for SP2007

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Can I ask if i added the marquee code from http://remysharp.com/demo/marquee.html using jquery and spservices. Currently I place the scrolling text in the content editor webpart that calls the marquee.js BUT..

Can do I get this webpart to read from a file.txt in an another document library

I do not wish to give everyone access to the page.aspx which contains the marquee webpart.
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Rainer Jeschor earned 500 total points
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Hi,
yes, just link the content editor web part to the text file instead of entering the source directly.
HTH
Rainer
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But the txt file will contain the junk of code which will confuse the user

I was thinking just the txt file without the code - only the marquee words.
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