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    Matt Vidas (mvidas) new Cell Master!

    Congratulations Matt! You have certainly earned it. Your contributions to this board have been enormous and I look forward to meeting you again sometime!

    http://puremis.net/excel/MastersText/text_Matt.shtml

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    I would like to add my congratulations too. Matt, I am in awe of your skills.
    Steve
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    Oh shoot - looks like I forgot to send Colo my picture! I'll have to do that this weekend
    Thanks for the congrats!

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    Nice writeup, Matt!

    Congratulations!
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    Great job Matt!

    Like the writeup, especially how you said you don't go through any real preparations when you write code that's just great!




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    Congrats Matt
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    Congratulations, Matt!
    Regards,

    Patrick

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    Then I met a man who had no AutoFilter.

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    nice one...

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