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    I have not been a member for long but from what i have seen this man has no limits to his patients and his ability to understand things i can only dream of. I have learned alot from XLD in a short amount of time (not my ability to spell i must add) and will continue to do so. I can only say, and i think i say this for everyone "Thanks for all of your support and time".
    I was not told it was impossible, so i did it.

    I would love to work in VBA so if there is a job going, i will take it.

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    15,000 Posts

    Barely a year on and another milestone notched up.

    Thanks Bob for all you contributions to this site, and I'm still learning from you.

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    Moderator VBAX Guru Aussiebear's Avatar
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    VBAExpress doesn't have an official title that truely reflects the quality of the contribution that Bob offers through this site to all those wanting to learn. Like so many others, I am in awe of his ability to not just code, but more importantly convey information to others in need.

    I raise my glass to you Bob, in sincere appreciation.
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    I can only say that I was completely daunted with VBA when I first had to use. Thankfully I found this site and then even better Bob found me.

    He has always been extremely helpful and polite and understanding that we all have different knowledge bases.

    I love VBA now and that just wouldn't have happened without the help from Bob.

    Even now when I am just perusing the site I always go in and read ant that have been solved by XLD and there is always plenty to read.

    Congratulations Bob and thanks for all the help

    Gerry
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdmackillop
    Barely a year on and another milestone notched up.

    Thanks Bob for all you contributions to this site, and I'm still learning from you.

    Regards
    Malcolm
    Malcolm, don't encourage him, he's just showing off!

    Anyway, whilst Bob may have a low post count at least they're ALL quality.

    Bob, i believe each and every one of us has had the benefit of your knowledge and experience.

    THANKS!
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    Moderator VBAX Master austenr's Avatar
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    Thanks for all the knowledge, help past and future.
    Some people think I'm stupid and I totally disagree. But my biggest fear is that me thinking I'm smart proves them right.

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    Well done Bob, that's a remarkable amount of knowledge and assistance that you have imparted to the Excel community

    Regards

    Dave

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    Usually with a post count like that you could argue that its quantity not quality

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    Quote Originally Posted by marryhappy
    Usually with a post count like that you could argue that its quantity not quality
    Your comment is clearly wrong. XLD has been a very strong contributor to this site and others like it. It is through his considerable effort that many people world wide have been encouraged to learn vba. I've lost count of the number of websites that XLD has made contributions in and he is highly regarded in all.

    Should you take the time to read this, may I remind you that your signature was trying to promote sales of items. Since you didn't approach the Administrators for permission, I have taken the liberty to remove your spam and you can spend some time on the sidelines, whilst the rest of the world continues on with the game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussiebear
    Your comment is clearly wrong. XLD has been a very strong contributor to this site and others like it. It is through his considerable effort that many people world wide have been encouraged to learn vba. I've lost count of the number of websites that XLD has made contributions in and he is highly regarded in all.

    Should you take the time to read this, may I remind you that your signature was trying to promote sales of items. Since you didn't approach the Administrators for permission, I have taken the liberty to remove your spam and you can spend some time on the sidelines, whilst the rest of the world continues on with the game.
    Well said AussieBear,

    I had trawled through many many forums looking for help on VBA and Excel, some could be good some could be terrible.

    When I first got help from XLD I was amazed at how good he was and also how patient he was, I have had a few pm discussions with him and he has helped me immensely.
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    Thank you. Bob deserves a lot more credit than he currently receives. The fact that he does all this, not just at this site, for the benefit of everybody should never be brought into question.
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