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when ''new'' isn't always the best, try this

by jonah jones / July 6, 2004 9:17 PM PDT
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Re: when ''new'' isn't always the best, try this
by MarciaB / July 6, 2004 9:28 PM PDT

THAT is a great place to know about. I don't know how many times I have been in the situation of repairing someone's old machine and they have wanted to restore some of these types of programs but the newer versions do not work for them.

This is a great resource!!
Thanks Happy

Hmmmmmmm..........thought for the day: Since right at this second I am "older" than I have ever been, am I the "old version"? or, since my younger days are in the past, and therefore "older" in that sense, are my younger days the "old version"?

Marcia

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Re: if you thought about your younger days
by jonah jones / July 6, 2004 9:35 PM PDT

as the older you, but in a moment of deja-vu, then your "older" younger days might actually be "newer" (or older, depending on how you look at it, and of course whether the older newer days as seen in a moment of deja-vu count) than your "newer" older days....

then of course it might have been a day-dream, and then it's different (i think)

have a good day marcia

Happy

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