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On 5 September 2013 11:32, Doug <> wrote:

I thought this was a very interesting analysis. I don't know of any
word processor for the computer that can do this. Perhaps one or more
of the desktop publishers can do it. There's a list of them here:

Probably Adobe's is the most well known--and quite expensive. It would
be interesting to see what the freebies will do!

Adobe's certainly is quite expensive — and for that kind of money, I
would hope it could do everything described in the book! :-)

T. R. Valentine
A rich heart may be under a poor coat.

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