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Thanks for your e-mail.  I waved the disfor.xls as disfor.xla to my addins 
folder, then browsed for it from the Excel, Tools, Addins and got it in the list 
and checked it.  It works in files which is great, however, now, each time I 
load Excel, his little pop-up comes up (to give me his address and to ask for 
money).  That's an improvement.  Maybe the best that can be had is to uncheck 
it until I need it.

I even sent a check for $30 to him in hope he would email back a unprotected, 
more usable copy, but so far, no such luck.

Thanks Again,

> Subj:  RE: Excel equations *was Calculation Software
>  Date:    8/2/04 6:32:41 PM Pacific Daylight Time
>  From:    kevinbelow(--nospam--at) (Kevin Below)
>  Reply-to:    seaint(--nospam--at)
>  To:  seaint(--nospam--at)
>  Mark,
>  I think the procedure is something like this:
>  Save the disfor.xla file in the Addins folder (something like
>  C:/Documents and settings/UserName/Application Data/Microsoft/Addins),
>  then in Excel, go to Tools, Addins, and make sure it is in the list (if
>  not, Browse for it), then check it. It will be available in all files. 
>  Kevin Below, ing., Ph.D.

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