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Old 03-13-2006, 02:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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my wife deleted word by accident and i need for work. any free copies or trial runs available of word or notepad?
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Well notepad should be easy. But i dont believe that Word has a free trial or anything like that. If you still have the CD with the installer you can just reinstall word.
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http://openoffice.org
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OPEN OFFICE really good.
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I'd suggest Open Office as well. For a text editor there are loads out there, a quick google search brought up a some. Most of them are aimed at programmers, and are alot more advanced then Notepad.
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