From: Phil on

Thanks, Phil
From: Tom Willett on
Thanks for all the info.

"Phil" <phil56_(a)> wrote in message
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: Thanks, Phil

From: VanguardLH on
Phil wrote:

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We work based on an N hours per X details rate. Since X = 0, the expected
hours to resolve your unidentified problem is N / 0 = infinity.

Come on back (in a new thread) when you decide you actually want help on
whatever is the problem.

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From: David B. on
See this big expanse of space here? It's where you actually ask your
question and provide pertinent info, give it a try.


"Phil" <phil56_(a)> wrote in message
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> Thanks, Phil