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Old November 26th 04, 02:23 AM
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Dave,

I finally found time to follow your suggestion and I am very grateful
to you for your assistance and to Chip Pearson for making his Cellview
add-in available.

Your Cleanemup macro works like a dream and I have added it to another
macro I use to format the spreadsheet as an order form .

I really need to learn the terminology as I found your original post
with this suggestion in the Microsoft newsgroup and could have saved
everyone some bother had I known that "funny little boxes" should
really be called non-printing characters.

Many thanks, again.

Lee Jeffery


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Old November 26th 04, 02:40 AM
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But "funny little boxes" is more fun!

Glad you got it working.

Lee Jeffery wrote:

Dave,

I finally found time to follow your suggestion and I am very grateful
to you for your assistance and to Chip Pearson for making his Cellview
add-in available.

Your Cleanemup macro works like a dream and I have added it to another
macro I use to format the spreadsheet as an order form .

I really need to learn the terminology as I found your original post
with this suggestion in the Microsoft newsgroup and could have saved
everyone some bother had I known that "funny little boxes" should
really be called non-printing characters.

Many thanks, again.

Lee Jeffery

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Old November 26th 04, 09:25 PM
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And makes more sense to most of us<g

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On Thu, 25 Nov 2004 20:40:35 -0600, Dave Peterson
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But "funny little boxes" is more fun!

Glad you got it working.

Lee Jeffery wrote:

Dave,

I finally found time to follow your suggestion and I am very grateful
to you for your assistance and to Chip Pearson for making his Cellview
add-in available.

Your Cleanemup macro works like a dream and I have added it to another
macro I use to format the spreadsheet as an order form .

I really need to learn the terminology as I found your original post
with this suggestion in the Microsoft newsgroup and could have saved
everyone some bother had I known that "funny little boxes" should
really be called non-printing characters.

Many thanks, again.

Lee Jeffery

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