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Clark Kent1238-Mar-12 1:31
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Oh OMG | :OMG:

Thanks Dave for that. Since overloading is for classes and inheritance the compiler will know within a module that I am "overloading" a sub/function by just duplicating the same name sub/function, but just changing the params data types? I was always under the impression that you had to use the Overload keyword let the compiler know that you're encapsulating the sub/function.

By the way I had no intention of using the Object data type. It was the VB6 style of attempting at encapsulation even though we both know this is unhelpful in that situation.

I appreciate the advice and didn't realize my solution was that simple. Thanks. Thumbs Up | :thumbsup:
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