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> From: "George F. Hayhoe" <george -at- ghayhoe -dot- com>
> Are there software equivalents to out-of-print book dealers? In the
> realm of the printed word, there are folks who will find a copy of
> just about any book you could want. Is it possible to buy old
> technology too? Say you need a copy of Microsoft Word version 3.0 for
> DOS. How would you go about finding a source from which to purchase
> Please note: I'm not looking for a copy of Word 3.0; I am looking for
> sources for a variety of "out-of-print" software.