Might be available....

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Persnickety

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I took a naive view of the meaning of the word 'available'. Available does NOT MEAN that it is defined as a Visual Basic function. Rather, it means that you can evaluate it as a method of the application object.

Personally, I feel rather tricked by this. Sort of like saying that a girl is 'available' for a date, but doesn't tell you where to pick her up.
 

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