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Old 05-29-2008, 02:35 PM   #5
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I think PagePlus 9 was the last version that did not recognize Unicode. If you never need a character that is not in the usual set, then v. 9 will continue to do for you. But if Unicode is important to you, move up to a later version; they all work the same way.
I operate under the theory -- keep it simple, and when it isn't simple, find a way to say it simple. I like simplicity and believe it can always be found. And when it isn't simple, I've learned to get suspicious. We all have our ways.

In the past I used to buy software at times just because it seemed neat, but then I never used it or its many extras. Now I guess I want to actually use what I buy...I guess. I've got enough that just sits in stacks.

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