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Santa Everett

Thanks Michael and Phil, a fantastic issue, you both really out did yourself this time.

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Rustic Claus

Just read the special edition and it is GREAT! Nice job to all who pull this together. Loaded with a "ton" of useful information and is one of those must save editions! Thank you Phil, Michael and the staff for making this edition and this site so enjoyable to being apart of. MERRY CHRISTMAS and most certainly a HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!

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Kona

What fun great job to all involved.

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Eileen Strom

Awesome job as usual!! :thumbup2:

Loved seeing the old Pixie Press items again!

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Eileen Strom

You out did yourself again!! Thanks for all the hard work you do for all of us!!

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Santa Pirate

great job!!!

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SantaCraig

Drats, I have tried and tried but it will not load for me.

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VetteCitySanta

Fabulous! A keepsake.

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Santa JerryO

Thanks Mike and Phil, it is truly a great issue, and like always you both out did yourselfs! Merry Christmas!

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Santa Marty

Excellent edition.

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Santa Johnny Boy

I can't download it either, says that there is a problem with Adobe Reader 7. I'm using the latest Firefox - should I switch browsers?

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Santa Jim Lellman

I downloaded and opened it with no problem, but I have Adobe Reader V9.

You can download an updated copy of Adobe Reader for free here:

http://get.adobe.com/reader/

The current version is 9.2, at least for Windows XP.

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Michael Rielly

I can't download it either, says that there is a problem with Adobe Reader 7. I'm using the latest Firefox - should I switch browsers?

Update you Adobe reader. Should work ok.

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Santa Wally

A GREAT job Mike and Phil. Thanks for the KEEPSAKE Edition.

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Santa Johnny Boy

Santa Computer Guy,

Thanks for the link - you led me to the right spot!

Santa Rielly,

The Christmas Eve issue of the ClausNet Gazette is SPECTACULAR!

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Michael Rielly

Santa Computer Guy,

Thanks for the link - you led me to the right spot!

Santa Rielly,

The Christmas Eve issue of the ClausNet Gazette is SPECTACULAR!

Glad you liked it! Phil deserves most of the credit though!

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Carlo Klemm

After spending some time in downloading various Adobe readers and finally winding up with the Adobe Reader 9. I can see the Gazette and thank those involved for it's design and delivery. Job well done.

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