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1997 Newsletters
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NOVEMBER

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Technical support: Microsoft Knowledge Base; Scanning the scanners; October meeting review: Corel paints a great picture!; News and reviews; Future of the newsletter; Election notice: OPCUG Board of Directors; OPCUG annual swap meet; Creative Labs Video Blaster WebCam; Hockey at it's best, NHL 98
OCTOBER

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Intel; Microsoft Office 97: caveat emptor; DTP SIG; Road trips: Door to Door; Tiny computers or toys?
SEPTEMBER

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The future of the OPCUG; Report from the OPCUG Core Strategy Development Committee; OPCUG Core Strategy Development Committee Report to the board of directors July 31, 1997; Future of The PUB; The case of the disappearing Modem; Partition Magic; Trials & tribulations of a DTP publication; DriveCopy
JUNE

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Office97 from New Deal Inc.; Sneak Preview of Paradox Vers. 8; Review of the May 1997 Meeting of the I SIG; Trapping Workshop Review; Frame-It; Rama, A strategic adventure Game
MAY

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Troubleshooting the net; News and reviews; Java by Example; Chris Biber on Office Applications for the Java Platform; The I-SIG Link; May presentation : Update on Web authoring and site management; Go International!; April meeting review
APRIL

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The PUB in review; Lotus SmartSuite 97; Wanted: WEB master for the OPCUG; Audit of accounts; Computer hardware security; First Aid 95 Deluxe; Review of the March meeting; April I-SIG presentation; Black mark; News and reviews: Borland Database Engine (BDE); Developers' SIG meeting; Norton Antivirus
MARCH

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Safeguarding the Windows 95 Registry; Superprint, by Zenographics; I-SIG March presentation: Paul Blakely on Netscape plug-ins; Review of February's presentation; Disk of the Month program cancelled; Galactic Civilizations; It's 11:00 p.m.: Do you know where your computer is?; Thanks to Wackid Radio
FEBRUARY

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Chairman's Report; Beginners' SIG - A new beginning; Treasurer's report for 1996; Replacing your C: drive; Announcement: Annual General Meeting; News and reviews; I-SIG February presentation; January review: Excellent presentations at members' Show & Tell; February meeting: Corel Ventura - Power Publishing
JANUARY

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Reinstalling Windows 95; The digital camera's eye; News and reviews; FOX SIG; December review: Tektronix demystifies colour printers; I-SIG January presentation: Web authoring and Web-site management; December presentation review: VivaTexte; Putting on the pressure

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