No problem---glad to help.
Also, you might want to focus on learning all your major chords, then minors, then 7th, ect in the different positions ie root, 3rd, fifth then, third, fifth, root and then fifth, root, third....they are known in theory as
"straight", 6-3 and 6-4 (because of the distance between intervals). So, in C Major, you'd play CEG, then EGC then GCE.
And of course, after you master all of that,you can do the same thing but add in Maj/Min 7ths and all those different voicings......rememeber to have fun.
And of course, practice, practice, practice....