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Windows 7: Operator ignorance

12 Dec 2011   #11

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tyler4402 View Post
Hi Derek and whs, thanks for your help, that is just what I wanted to know, and sorry for the slow response due to my having trouble with my emails etc, and due to your help I can now call this thread closed, regards Robert.
You're welcome Robert, glad to hear it.

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