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Old 09-16-2006, 05:34 AM   #7
bookwrm
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Default Corel PP

I think it is expensive, but I also understand you get what you pay for. The S/W download for $40 seems reasonable, but from what I am reading they remove "help" and I use help every time I try a new function as I do not find Corel PP to be all that intuitive. Sort of a conundrum...
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