Re: Unexpected Circular References
That seems to have taken care of the problem. I had a gut feeling it had something to do with that line but had no idea what to do with it. Thanks!
I suppose it is an unconventional way to run the file. Can you tell what I'm trying to do and if so a better way?
EDIT: I think we both responded at the same time...this was meant in response to your previous post. That new code does look like a more effecient way to do it, but I'm actually rather proud of myself the old way. Let's just say that modified in Word it took me 10 minutes to write and saved me a lot of time on my AP homework. I need to get to bed but I might try the code the new way tomorrow. In the mean time thanks a lot for a solution!