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On 02/21/2010 06:05 PM, ooran dayo wrote:
> Thanks for your prompt response. I must have been a little unclear,
> because I did not ask what the pound sign stood for. I will try to
> formulate a different question and get back to you. And I read the
> guidelines prior to posting, which mostly said check if someone else has
> had your problem. I could not find an appropriate answer there. If I
> there was an answer there, could you please point me to it? If you need
> more info, I am happy to provide that, too.
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