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Default Anybody there? Trouble with XMLDOM

Hi - I have a complex XML file and am using XMLDOM to retrieve it's values.
I have all <CONTACT> elements being retrieved in a list. I want to loop thru that list and retrieve various sub-elements (such as name, phone, email). I can loop thru and get the element name, but for some reason I can't get the value. nodeValue doesn't retrieve anything and .Text seems to retrieve too much. It's a big long string (possibly holding the text from all descendants too?)

Can anyone help? Anyone still monitor?
Melissa Mussitsch
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Found my typo!

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