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Jan Henning wrote:
> >I am in need of a basic keyboard graphic/drawing. (To show where the tab
> >key, spacebar, etc. is located. Anyone know of one on the web?
> You mean one that is not copyrighted, right? ;-)
> You'd probably best off with some of the monster clipart collections (one
> with line art in your case) because almost all allow you to reproduce the
> images royalty-free. (Or you could draw your own if you have a suitable
> application - drawing a keyboard with programs like Illustrator, Visio,
> or OmniGraffle isn't hard.)
If you don't have those tools, try Excel.
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