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hey guys i was wondering what program was the word processor where you can type and it looks like you're writing on a sheet of paper. i just installed iwork 06 but i dont think this is the program
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It is notebook view for Microsoft Word.

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is there a place i can get a copy or can i use a serial number on the test drive version
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is there a place i can get a copy or can i use a serial number on the test drive version
Well, you could go to your local computer store and buy a copy there or I am sure you could buy a copy online as well.

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