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installed in your computer.
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New Roman, but any
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computer, but an older version; please download
this one before contacting us.
2. Try different encodings for the problematic page
Explorer users: right click on the
page and browse to the "Encoding" option - available also
from the "View" menu.
Netscape users go to the "View" menu, browse to the
"Character Set" option), and see if any of the various
encodings fixes your problem.
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