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    Retirement has left me a bit rusty. Could someone give me a refresher on creating MV parts? I was just learning when the last job I did ended and work around here dried up. Now I can't remember a thing.

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    I don't know what MV parts are, but going off your profile info, I'm assuming they are something for MEP?

    I've moved you question to the MEP section.
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    Thank you! That first link is pretty good. I was about half way there until I hit a wall. This will help a lot. Thanks again!

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