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Old 20-08-2002, 06:41 PM
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Let your 9200 look after your Business and your Bod

L3 Solutions have released two value bundles of their productivity software. You can purchase their Business Bundle and My Body suite for $49.95 and $44.95 respectively (affiliate links provided).......

The Business Bundle consists of;[list]
Business Journal
Expense Report[/list:u]

While in the My Body Suite you can find;[list]
My Diet
My Fitness
Health Calc

These packages range in individual price from $14.95 to $24.95, so some saving is to be made by bundle purchase over individual purchases - of course, this assumes you want them all!

Take a look, demo versions of the individual applications are available to download from here.


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Old 21-08-2002, 11:55 AM
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Hi guys,
I'm just wondering does anyone use Visual Basic programs on their devices? I'm too lazy even to install its freeware versions So there's no surprise they become freeware.

Old 21-08-2002, 12:39 PM
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Yeeeeeeha!!! pretty lady is in tha house...

yeah i got the very same prob with visual basic apps...
i guess they will make it as forceware soon... hehehe...
"Quod me nutrit me destruit..."

Old 21-08-2002, 02:08 PM
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VB apps, pah, screw that then. Especially paying money for them, I'd never pay money for something written in VB.
Millennia in the future, the Earth is now a dead world and man has colonised the galaxy.
Now the galaxy is about to discover that man is not alone...
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9200, bod, business

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