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So im trying to find the name of each app in this picture...



Sorry about the bad bad quality picture So far i got from left to right:

1- Finder
2- Dashboard
3- Parallel
4- Firefox
5- thunderbird??? (confirm please)
6- Adress Book
7- iCal
8- appleworks
9- stickies
10- textedit
11- iTunes
12- Adium
13- DVD player
14- iPhoto
15- Dictionary
16- System Preferences (pre-Leopard)
17- Terminal
18-
19- Quicken
20- Quickboks
21-
22- preview
23- Quicktime
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10 is textedit
22 is preview

the rest are too blurry for me

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8 looks like appleworks
9 is stickies
13 is DVD Player
19 is Quicken
20 I think is Quickbooks
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