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Old Nov 2, 2006, 11:21 PM   #1
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I went there and ordered it but my computer at work could not read the file ebx.etd.
Is an etd file a mac file? My computer at work is a windows and I won't get my mac until the 19th of november.
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Old Nov 3, 2006, 01:51 AM   #2
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never mind, I got it. I went and searched for the extension. Apparently my computer at work did not have adobe reader on it. I used another computer with a more up to date adobe reader on it.

It is printing up now as i type.

Thank you, my brother would enjoy reading it.

When I get my mac in 16 more days he is going with me to the apple store.

He will be in hog heaven.
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I'm back again. I just got through reading that guide. It was absolutely worth the price! If you are deciding to switch to a mac this is a must read!!!
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10, yes.

20, maybe.

But 101???
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Link: 101 Reasons to switch to Mac
Description:: Mark McElroy has written an ebook which catalogues 101 reasons why anyone is their right mind should be using a Mac. It covers a wide range of pretty persuasive arguments, from the obligatory "it just works" to the best apps for Mac, web sites, useful blogs and how to get the most out of your Mac. He also presents a great rebuttal of myths about the lack of inter-operability and the much debated question of "value for money". Of course, this would make excellent reading for those teetering on the brink of switching. But it also contains plenty of good info for seasoned Mac users.

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It did seem to repeat itself a little bit, but it definitely was worth reading for a beginner or someone who is thinking of moving to macs.
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