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Replacing DocuComp to compare word processing docs -- DocuComp was a utility for comparing two documents, but now it's available only on Windows. What other document-comparison alternatives are available? (6 messages)

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Digital Photos -- Readers revisit the topic of which online photo developers produce good results from digital originals (and the prices seem to be coming down, too!). (2 messages)

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