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> Xiang Li wrote:
> I am wondering anyone has used one of the following
> combinations and please tell me how they work for you.
> 1. Windows 2000 professional + RoboOffice 9 + Office 2000
> 2. Windows 2000 professional + RoboOffice 2000 + Office 97
> 3. Windows 2000 professional + RoboOffice 9 + Office 97
I'm just starting to learn RoboOffice 9.1, running Windows 2000 Pro and MS
Office 2000 on my laptop (233MMX and 96 mg RAM). I won't claim that I've put
it through it's paces yet, but everything works fine so far.
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