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I don't know that anybody was shaming you for your advice. I just saw a
number of alternatives presented, ranging from "here's how to do it with
what you have" to "here's the software I use." No big deal. Nothing to see
here, people. Move along.
>I ask questions often enough on this darn list that I should be able to
>contribute what little I know without getting shamed for it.
Roy M. Jacobsen
1701 38th Street Southwest
Fargo, ND 58103
"Getting back down counts too." -- Sir Edmund Hillary (on climbing Mt.
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