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Thank you for the access tips. It's been a real help to me in developing a program to track client data at our counseling center. Your information has been very helpful, and much easier to digest than the textbooks I've found.  In sharing your knowledge with others, you exemplify what a great tool the internet has become for anyone interested in learning just about anything in the world. Best wishes.
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