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RE: dos favorite



I found a lot of flexibility in the program, including its
ability to use several dictionary files.

Tom Robertson

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At 23:43 Uhr -0500 07.01.2002, Tom Robertson wrote:
>For what its worth:
>
>After being addicted to shorthand in XyWrite, I looked for a
>similar program for use in Windows programs. I found Shorthand
>for Windows which you can review at  www.pcshorthand.com

I just took a look. I wonder if you can easily swop different
autoexpand
files (they call them "dictionaries") in Shorthand, the way you
can in
XYwrite?



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