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  1. #1
    Angelwings
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    I'm looking for Microsoft Access 97. Any thoughts?

  2. #2
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    Search on eBay or Yahoo! Auctions

    The ONLY OTHER way, without purchasing it, is to download it from a Warez site. A warez site is a website that allows other users to download copywrighted software, which is currently in the market or was at one time, for free. I strongly disagree with placing links to warez sites on this forum.

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    Lioghtsupp5-why do you keep recommendikng ebay us to non-us users-0many sellers don't shi[ to outside us-anbd I'd try a pawnbrokers/loan shop-ghoyt mine as an NFR for AUD$40.

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    Originally posted by aafuss@Jan 16 2003, 08:52 PM
    Lioghtsupp5-why do you keep recommendikng ebay us to non-us users-0many sellers don't shi[ to outside us-anbd I'd try a pawnbrokers/loan shop-ghoyt mine as an NFR* for AUD$40.
    You can find people that will do international shipping (and currency) on eBay. PayPal has a currency converter (ex: I send someone $50.00 US and the other person automaticly converts it to 30 UK Pounds). Which reminds, eBay did aquire PayPal, however, I don't know if they'll merge the two together as one.

    Unless you know of a local Computer Show and Sale in your area, I wouldn't know of anywhere else. (MarketProShows.com - the Computer Show and Sale at Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium, MD United States is in my area)

    By the way, what's up with your typing/spelling?

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    Actusally, in Dubbo (regional towen in NSW,Aus.), I have found very inexpensive software at a CBD shopping centrre-say Printshop 11: AUD $49,I got it for AUD$25. Also, it's always a good idea to see, in asnewspapers ad;ssection, if they have somrehwhere whose ad says the sell jused software.

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    In my previous post (which I edited): "Timonium, MD"
    That is in the U.S. if you didn't know.

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    You should try OpenOffice.org Base.


 

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