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Because there are 57 photographs in this tutorial I'm only posting it in pdf format, enjoy.
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Thanks Harry.

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Nice job Harry.

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Nice work.
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Thanks Harry!! I've downloaded and will try to do it justice.

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Thanks Harry

Downloaded and I am looking forward to getting a look at it.

Oh BTW I am sure someone has already "Stickied" this...?
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Thanks guys, I look forward to seeing the results of members giving it a go, it really isn't that difficult and makes a change from relying on a router beneath a table.

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Harry,

Another great tutorial!

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I am in awe about what you seemingly make look so simple! I can only dream that I could do something so beautiful!
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