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Old 06-27-2006, 02:36 PM   #6
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As it happens, I recently recommended PagePlus to one of the officers of the NPO I am leaving this month, for a different NPO that she is also affiliated with. They wouldn't care about SC&OSF.

Originally Posted by Michael Rowley
In all seriousness, the latest version of PagePlus (v. 11, I think) probably gives as good results as QXP and is Unicode-aware, though it hasn't got the capacity to recognize things like s.c. and old-style figures in a good OpenType font. It's about a sixth of the price of QXP.
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