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1999 Newsletters
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DECEMBER

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BlackICE Defender; TextBridge Pro 9.0; Cambridge Chemistry; Web-based image editing; More woes in the "Office"; Great Computer Swap Meet
NOVEMBER

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Software Piracy; Swap Meet; Election notice: OPCUG Board of Directors; DataKeeper, Version 3.0; Storage options today; Access CD-ROM in Safe Mode; Findfast; Free-Plan v1.2 W9x/NT
OCTOBER

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"Two-for-One" (WMatch32 and CaseRename); Out of disk space; OmniPage Pro, Version 9.0; Y2K System Date; Graphics Potpourri - Wacom"s Graphire; Customize the Start Menu; Hemera Technologies; PC Plus; Extensis Mask Pro
SEPTEMBER

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OPCUG presence at Computer fairs; Help for Johnny"s Math; Satori Paint XL; Freebies Alert!; Seagate Analysis and Info 7; I-SIGís new season; Donít fall for this hoax!; Web radio with a twist; Alternate file associations; View properties of all hard drives; Out of disk space; Genuine Intel Inside; Corel WordPerfect Tips and Tricks; Recovering data from a corrupted Excel file
JUNE

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ToggleMOUSE; Corel Road Show Participation; Scanning and then what?; Identifying expansion cards; Scrolling in Word 97; Get the Picture and ScionImage; Installing the upgrade as full version
MAY

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Year 2000 Upgrades: The Real Cost?; Soft Karaoke; Graphics SIG off to a good start; Aopen 56K Modem; Shades of Pentium 3; Quiktray; USB 2.0 specification
APRIL

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Lost & Found; Almost Perfect; The Last Word; March meeting highlights; Members' presentations at June meeting; You should get what you pay for; Passwords; Firewire devices; File Information; Graphics SIG
MARCH

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SyGate; Talk to your computer... it talks back!; Saving Disk Space; Recycle Old Floppies; Corel Capture; Corel ## files; Painter 3; Warp speed CD-ROM
FEBRUARY

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Partition Magic 4.0; Psion Handheld Computer; President's Report - 1998 in Review; Hightech Training Company; Not another bus?; Desktop Scanners Image Quality Evaluation
JANUARY

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StarOffice 5.0; Networking 101: the upgrade that makes sense; Whither removable storage?; The BIOS Companion

 

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