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DECEMBER

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Defragging NT; Tax on safe computing; Contact your MP; Mask Plug Ins; Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Software; Drive Copy Evaluation
NOVEMBER

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Election notice: OPCUG Board of Directors; Swap Meet; Discovering the OPCUG at the Computer Fair last month; Zip Revisited; Digital camera image tweaking
OCTOBER

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The evils of spam; Listserve part two; Microsoft Publisher 98; Electronic newsletter; Why you need a server; Disable programs running at bootup in Windows 95 or 98; Reduce system freezes; Computer fair
SEPTEMBER

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Welcome back!; Surfing the Internet, how to make your own big wave; The Year 2000 and the Small Business Computer; An Electronic Village - Part 1; KeyView Pro 6; Windows 98 - Up Close and Personal
JUNE

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Let PUB II Come to You; DTP SIG field trip to Tri-Co Printing; Ottawa OS/2 UG welcomed to OPCUG; Open File Manager; DTP SIG presentation; What's your FAT?; That's not a bug, it's a feature!; Pop up DOS windows; Quest for Glossy Inkjet paper
MAY

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Coming up; DTP SIG notes; Browsing effectively; Are you "InCtrl"?; Old PUB items for sale; Windows 98; Parallel Port Switch; Magma; Microsoft Canada
APRIL

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Change of venue for DTP SIG; Vorton Photo Zone; Home Made Secret Agent Missions - Remember Get Smart; The times they are a-changin'; Where has all the memory Gone?; Tweak Windows 95B; Deletable Windows 95 files; Use Doskey in a Windows 95 "window"
MARCH

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Do you want/need SCSI?; DTP SIG; Pub Crawl - URL's Out!; Go International (II); Confused by graphics formats? - Here are some basic answers
FEBRUARY

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PUB II update; New deal from New Deal Inc; Living with Iomega's Zip; Q&A session; Wanted - HTML authors and artists; Publicity Director's Report; PIG SIG; Swapmeet a success!
JANUARY

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PUB II; Drive Image; Status of PUB II; HomeSite: Build it and they will come!; Future of the newsletter

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