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Newton 2000 need to connect to my Mac


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I pulled my old Messagepad 2000 out of mothballs and want to use it as a wordprocessor than dump that to my Mac. Has anyone had experience with this? Would I need to get a USB adapter from Apple and even then will my Mac talk to the newton? thanks in advance. Lou
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