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Dow Jones gives custom editions via Web

The Dow Jones Business Information Services' Personal Journal software can now be downloaded. The service lets users receive custom news and stock quotes.

The Dow Jones Business Information Services has announced that its Personal Journal software can be downloaded from the Personal Journal home page. Subscriptions for the daily Journal cost $12.95 per month; updates are 50 cents each. Users must have a Windows-based PC and a modem with a speed of 9,600 bps or faster.

Personal Journal includes The Wall Street Journal articles and news briefs, wire stories, stock quotes, weather, and sports.

Subscribers can customize their Personal News profile for news about up to 25 companies or columns from the Journal. The Personal Portfolio will track quotes on up to 25 stocks and mutual funds. Readers can also schedule a delivery time, according to officials.