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Thank you!! I found this incredibly useful, especially the tips on usage (keeping notations on, turning off outputs, whether or not to copy configured tools, etc.) and also that you tend not to use the ribbon once you gain experience with the tool. By the way, if you do aggregate the yearly sums after filtering on the top names every year, the #1 male name is Michael, something of a surprise since he was a few names down the list.