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I'm relatively new to the Mac world, and I recently obtained a 1GHz 15" Titanium Powerbook which I really enjoy. I was wondering, however, if it is possible to take the keyboard from a 15" Aluminum PB and use it in my Ti.

Thanks in advance for the help.
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