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Universal Document Converter 3.0; Call for "Word Annoyances"; Novermber meeting recap; Beware of SpyWare; The New Pandemic; OPCUG Elections; Internet for Beginners: So you are looking for software; SIGs for the beginner;

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A Tale of Three Routers; Beginners' Workshop 2004; 2005 Elections; Clusty, and Google Desktop Search; Identifying Changes to Excel Spreadsheets using Excel Compare; Book Review: Digital Photography: Expert Techniques
OCTOBER PDF  Text Review of X1 Search; OPCUG Workshop 2004; Election Notice; OPCUG History Page still growing; Review of Zoo Tycoon Complete Collection; Safe Mode Boot in WinXP Home
SEPTEMBER PDF  Text Reviews of pdfFactory and pdfFactory Pro; A New Keyboard and Mouse; Review of X1 Search Coming; What? No Updates?; Safe Mode Boot in WinXP Pro; April Fool's Day Hoaxes; Cyber Security Tip #3
JUNE PDF  Text Microsoft Encarta Reference Library 2004 DVD Plus; Pivot Pro - A New Twist on Computer Displays; VCW VicMan's Photo Editor; The Internet and Travel: A Guide for Beginners; Old Lesson Re-learned
MAY PDF  Text Microsoft Digital Image Pro 9; A (final) Word from the Orphans' SIG Coordinator; June BBQ; Cyber Security Tip #2; Internet Search Engines for Beginners, Part 4
APRIL PDF  Text Active Tray 1.1; Academy of Learning to address DevSIG; Digital Imaging SIG; Board of Directors 2004; Spot that Newsletter; Good Security Habits; Internet Search Engines for Beginners, Part 3
MARCH PDF  Text PTB Sync; Personal Firewall Plus; Mail Server: Thwart Spammers; PUB II becomes PUB II point 5; Internet Search Engines for Beginners, Part 2
FEBRUARY PDF  Text VirusScan 7 (Pt 2); Election Report for 2004; Orphans' SIG; Drive Image 7; Internet Search Engines for Beginners, Part 1
JANUARY PDF  Text VirusScan 7 (Pt 1); Spambayes; President's Report for 2003; Rewind...

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