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On 3/6/07, Nancy Allison <maker -at- verizon -dot- net> wrote:
> Mary Arrotti wins the prize!!!
> THIS WORKS!
That's excellent. One nit to pick; when you ask a question like this
please try to make the subject line more informative (and less
alarming) than 'Help!' - the people scanning the archives later will
GREATLY appreciate it.
As will those of us who do dog rescue work and go all faint-of-heart
when seeing HELP as a subject line :-/
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