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New Delphi Lists! Product Lists!

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celiac3270,

I sent an email to you but must have my head in the clouds and didn't include the address. It is:

Christineweaver@comcast.net

Thanks SO much! These lists will be great!

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celiac3270,

Please send me both lists as well. (Unzipped if you will, I don't know much about computers and wouldn't know how to open it zipped) Appreciate you! :)

lcmcafee2@verizon.net

Thanks

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I would love to have copies of the lists too if you don't mind.

e-mail is nisla@comcast.net

zipped is fine

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I sent you all the big list...unzipped when in doubt, zipped when that was requested. I've only sent one person the zipped folder of individual lists. I recommend the big list because it has all the small lists packed into one. Then you can view the various sections in the list or print only some of the pages...if anyone wants the small lists as well (zipped) please specify ;)

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celiac3270, I did not get the file. I had to do some reinstalling of software when I upgraded to XP this week so it is possible it got lost in the shuffle. Is it too much trouble to send it again? You are being so great about all of this.

cdford@integrity.com

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:D hi we are coming to usa in august would these lists help us for our son who is celiac disease if you think they would could you e-mail them to me please thanks your so helpful address is mwhinn@hotmail.co.uk thanks again your a star

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:D received list today thanks alot with everyones help this holidays gonna be a breeze thanks again your a star

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To get the Delphi Forums list:

1) Go to the website, http://forums.delphiforums.com/celiac/start

2) Click on "messages" or "start reading"

3) Select the folder "gluten-free Product List"

4) Click on the topic called "Downloadable files word"

5) Of the four options, choose the one in the upper right.

Or e-mail me (see the e-mail feature in the lower left) with the address you want it sent to. You'd probably prefer to get it off the site, but if you have problems with it, or cannot open the zipped file, I'll send you an unzipped version.

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I also made this post to bump it to the front of the section since it has been useful and referred to quite often.

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-celiac3270

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I sent it to all the e-mail addresses listed. When in doubt, I sent it unzipped. It takes a little longer to download that way, but that way I know you'll be able to open it.

Sorry, Donna, I don't have your address. Could you PM (or e-mail) it to me? I would just send it through the celiac.com e-mail thing, but you can't put attachments in that way.

Karen, I was going to ask you if you wanted--forgetting that a list of gluten-free products in the US wouldn't be very helpful. <_< Sorry!

-C

Please email list to at_atill@yahoo.com at your convenience-Thanks!

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Just so that you all know, if you have Windows XP you should be able to open any zip files without getting winzip, or any other program. WindowsXP calles them "Compressed folders"

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celiac3270,

If you could please send me both lists unzipped that would be great!

I bet you didn't know what you were getting into when you made this offer :D

My e mail address is: Deblieb@aol.com

Thanks,

Roo

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Sorry, what do you mean by both lists? Do you want the master list, plus the zipped folder with all the individual lists? They're both the same; it would just be about how convenient you would find it for printing and such. I guess I could also unzip the smaller lists...just put them in a regular folder and send....

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I guess the master list is all I need. Then I could either print the whole thing or pick and choose what I want to print. Correct?

Thanks,

Roo

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Just so everyone knows, you can get the "trial" version of WinZip for free from their site...and it will unzip anything.

Bridget

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