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Old 09-27-2012, 01:02 PM   #9
johnnyboy
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About 4 years ago I had 167 old letters, written by my ancestors, I wanted to publish. I used Dragon Naturally Speaking to 'read' them into MS Word and then used Serif PagePlus from there to get them to book form via PDF. I was a complete novice when I started and did not find the project particularly hard. When needed I received help from the PagePlus forum and here.
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