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AppleWorks international versions -- It wasn't clear when Apple released the latest AppleWorks update, but an international version was also updated at the same time (though French is still not updated) (2 messages)

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iPhoto 4 initial impressions -- If nothing else, readers think the speed improvements in iPhoto 4 are some of the best things about iLife '04. (2 messages)

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