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    Bryan
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    Default Thanks Bryan!!!

    Many thanks! This is the only place where I seem to get real help, the lhs never seems to have the answers.Jeff

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    Default For those not familiar

    For those not familiar with <u><span style="color: #669966">Micro-Mark</span></u>let me suggest that you check them out! Just about anything you might need in modeling tools is there plus a lot of other stuff! Definitely worth a review and bookmark!

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