I"m sorry about the quote issue. I did comment regarding my confusion on the matter and that while I have not figured out the + (multiple quotes) option I had figured out how to work around that confusion by using the Quotes icon above to make multiple quotes.
The simple "Quote" option is a no brainer but I refer to parse messages that contain multiple points because it makes it easier for those who are reading it and avoids confusion. As I indicated, I usually use HTML code to create multiple quotes but that does not appear to be an option. I will look for the forum tutorial and see if I can learn how that option works.
Regarding the attached image. That image was a screenshot showing the data page that displayed when I ran the macro. I'm not sure how else I could have explained what I was getting when I ran the macro, except with a screenshot. What would you have suggested I do instead? Frankly I think if you had examined that shot, carefully, you would have recognized it because it is what you get when you want to see "details" about a webpage. It is not something I understand but it is something I have stumbled onto many times and simply click the "X" to make it go away. I just didn't know what was triggering it.
But it's a moot point as, after I rebooted my machine it started working again; go figure. I had decided that if rebooting didn't work I would repaste the code and start over.
I sincerely apologize for trying your patients. I made every effort to express myself clearly and concisely; which is why I like to use Multiple Quotes and why I post images; such as the screen shot I included in my post.
I don't wish to test the patients of those who are trying to help me here, which is why I try very hard to be clear. Because if my questions are unclear, or poorly stated people will avoid my posts and I don't want that to happen. It is also why I always tick off the icons that show appreciation for the help I get and why I respond to that help with a thank-you.
I don't want to appear unappreciative or wear out my welcome.