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Thank you and Happy New Year

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    Ken
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    Thank you and Happy New Year

    Hi,
    I would like to take a moment to thank each and everyone of the contributors
    on this (and other) newsgroups. Your generosity means quite a lot to many of
    us and the fact that you take as much time with someone like myself who
    never double-clicked an Excel icon until the age of 60 as you do with some
    of the seasoned folks is greatly appreciated.
    I realize the Help portion is here but an "easily" explained formula to one
    who has used Excel in the past is sometimes extremely confusing to others
    who are just starting out. Thats where you guys come in. Your explanations
    are usually just what we need to help us understand what Help is trying to
    tell us.
    Again, thank you and I wish you and yours a very Happy New Year.
    Ken Williams




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    Nick Hodge
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    Re: Thank you and Happy New Year

    Ken

    Since starting here some 10 years ago now it is becoming all to common for
    people to post questions, get their answers and run!

    The number of 'thanks' which gives me the 'buzz' seems to diminish
    proportionately with the increase in traffic.

    Thanks for taking the time to say 'thanks'

    --
    Nick Hodge
    Microsoft MVP - Excel
    Southampton, England
    nick_hodgeTAKETHISOUT@zen.co.uk.ANDTHIS


    "Ken" <kwill1050@mindspring.com> wrote in message
    news:LfABd.5204$JC2.141@newsread2.news.atl.earthlink.net...
    > Hi,
    > I would like to take a moment to thank each and everyone of the
    > contributors on this (and other) newsgroups. Your generosity means quite a
    > lot to many of us and the fact that you take as much time with someone
    > like myself who never double-clicked an Excel icon until the age of 60 as
    > you do with some of the seasoned folks is greatly appreciated.
    > I realize the Help portion is here but an "easily" explained formula to
    > one who has used Excel in the past is sometimes extremely confusing to
    > others who are just starting out. Thats where you guys come in. Your
    > explanations are usually just what we need to help us understand what Help
    > is trying to tell us.
    > Again, thank you and I wish you and yours a very Happy New Year.
    > Ken Williams
    >
    >
    >




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