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I'm writing an article on Purchasing hardware, software and support for
schools and, as well as the main bit, I'm doing a short section called
'Cutting corners - Money-saving tips'. It's a sort of homely things you
can do to save money thing, eg. free email, using sheets instead of
tailored dust covers etc.
I've only got 6 and I want 10 - anyone have any ideas?