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Are you able to help me with my calendar?

  1. are you able to help me???/
  2. 2009 calendar.
i have 11 months done with pictures and dates, feb is giving me problems.
when i open up my project ll months are filled but feb is blank,

i cleared many times and re-entered but always the same.

your help would be greatly appreciated.

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Dear custumer
there is am error in the mecanical program of this valander
you have to compile it and read what is this error plz than
contact me again and tell me the error

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