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machine. (Lots of printers from $200 to $19,000). Most of the major word
processing systems will read your PC Word Perfect documents exactly since
they have builtin filters (Quark, PageMaker, Microsoft Word, etc.) And of
course WordPerfect for the Mac will read it exactly, formatting and all. Hope
I am writing large procedures in WP5.1 for DOS and
occasionally transmit the docs to Mac users. I can testify
that WP for PCs (DOS) will not always import into WP for Mac.
It seems that the machine chokes when lots of formatting
codes (outline codes, electronic cross-referencing, etc.) are