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May 04, 2007


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Thanks for the great tip! This will definitely come in handy.


crystallyn — You're most welcome. Thanks for your visit here!

Alan Bradford

This is great. I've been using some archaic web-based software that my school offers, but it's not nearly as cool as this. Looks promising.

I only wish I would have known about this while I was writing all my research papers, and not at the end of the semester...

Oh well. :)


Alan — I think this is relatively new, so perhaps it wasn't available at the semester's start --- don't feel too bad! :)

Always next semester, right?

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