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I accessed the revised zip file and extracted all of it with no problems to my NTFS hard drive under XP. :)

YAY!!!!

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For the 50 things you can eat now... I didn't have any ask-for-password issues. I did, however, have to specify in which format I wanted to open it. Add .doc to the file name and it might be ok.

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I found your file, but all I saw was lists of OK foods. Didn't you have more than that when you first posted it here?? I'm sorry....I'm not good at navigating new sites ...this one still has me confused at times!!

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I found your file, but all I saw was lists of OK foods. Didn't you have more than that when you first posted it here?? I'm sorry....I'm not good at navigating new sites ...this one still has me confused at times!!

along with lists of ok foods there are some restaurant menus, some info about Celiac to pass on to family members and friends from the Celiac Disease Foundation, an article from Time magazing about Celiac, safe school supplies for kids and naturally gluten-free meal suggestions...

it's just a compilation of files I have collected over the past three years and I wish that I had them when I was first dx'ed... It's not perfect by any means, but it's a start.

you have to extract the files from the zip file, and there should be 15 files... as I add things to it it will change, but I'm not that computer smart so it takes me a while to update stuff...

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