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Old 04-26-2008, 12:15 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Clayton View Post
Tried using Jaws, but no soap. No thumbnail either.

And you're right. Not only Acrobat, but it seems quite a few programs suffer from feature-bloat. I use MS Office 2000 and don't see any reason to upgrade. Same for Photoshop 7, CorelDraw 12. If I use 10% of each of their capabilities I'm doing good.

Just can't wait until some future Windows operating system breaks these old standbys permanently <GR&D> AFAIC, WinXP does everything I need and is a helluva lot better than Vista...
If it works great, don't upgrade it, especially if it costs plenty.

I wanted to get back to Paint Shop Pro 6, and I found a legal copy on eBay. It is hard to imagine what software will work on MS Vista, but not on Windows XP, but I suppose someone (maybe Microsoft) might achieve that distinction.
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