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 Tested the North American Community DVD I have been working on. Here are =

 the notes from my test.
 I tested the DVD on a DELL Inspiron 1525 running Vista.

 Installed the Windows all-lang [all  languages] by saving it to the hard =

 drive and running the .exe file, since it will not install directly =

 though the HTML page due to a FireFox browser security feature, IE has =

 an run directly option I almost never use..

 Choose several languages using the =93custom install=94 option, mainly =

 Hebrew, French, Brazil Portuguese, Spanish, German, Swedish, Dutch =

 {**and maybe others I forgot to write down}.

 Under =93Tools/Options/Language Settings=94 I looked at the =93User Interfa=
 ce=94 =

 and the list goes in this order:
          Default =96 English (USA)
          Dutch (Netherlands)
          English (South Africa){**}
          English (UK) {**}
          English (USA)
          French (France)
          German (Germany)
          Portuguese (Brazil)
          Spanish (Spain)
          Swedish (Sweden)

 On the CTL font option, Hebrew, Nepali (Nepal), Thai, were showing check =

 marks, but I did not install Nepali or Thai.

 Add Ons already in the Extension Manager =96 omitting all of the Dictionari=
          presentation minimizer
          presentation console
          report builder
          solver for nonlinear programming
          sun pdf import extension
          sun odf template pack en-us
          wiki publisher

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