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Found Deals and Discounts / Re: Get Camtasia Studio v3 for free
« on: December 12, 2007, 12:18 PM »
 :-\ Spelling typo on the word inquiry  ;D

Found Deals and Discounts / Re: Get Camtasia Studio v3 for free
« on: December 12, 2007, 12:15 PM »
 :(  Just a short post to note that the free license code provided by Tech Smith doesn't work and the only response I received from an imquiary is a list of FAQ type of problem fix suggestions none of which are applicable.  :down:

General Software Discussion / Re: How do you launch stuff?
« on: October 03, 2007, 11:07 AM »
I use the Jet Toolbar to launch my programs and browsers and find that having it at the top is the most convienient way to access it.  I also have it so it appears when moused over.  I find it to be very quick and convenient.

I;ve been using it for about 2 months and have found that it works well.  Sometimes it even shows updates that are not needed.  That is okay as it is so thorough.


Hello Mouser,

I'm just starting to get started writing my "novel" if you know what I mean.  I've jotted down some notes and other data regarding the background and the matrix, that I will as a foundation to base the novel 's plot upon.  I have been searching for a good and simple-to-use, software program.  I had considered using the " Literary Machine", but even though I am not a novice at writing in general nor a beginner at using a PC, I found it to be unnecessarily difficult to understand - much less to use.  The Page 4 and or Rough Draft seem to be just what was needed for me to flesh out my manuscript.  Thanks for the tips and the links to the software.

"Keep on, keeping on,"


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