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Hello and Welcome,
The group that meets at Penrith each month always has an interesting program of activities and this month is no different. Details are below:  
Saturday 6 December - Penrith Group - F Bowman - 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Frank Bowman will start this meeting with a question and answer session around the table to give members the opportunity to share problems, advice and tips. 
During the afternoon the group will:
(a) do an image backup of the C: drive on a laptop computer that uses Microsoft Windows 8.1;

(b) have a close look at some of the features in Libre Office and compare these with the features in Microsoft Word and Excel;

(c) gather some information about the forthcoming Microsoft Windows 10 operating system;

(d) discuss a recent magazine article which compared cameras in smartphones with compact digital cameras;
(e) discuss an article that appeared in a newspaper this week with the title "Top Dozen Tech Gadgets for 2014"; and

(f) complete some unfinished matters from the previous meeting.
This meeting will be held in a member's home. If you intend to go to the meeting please ring Frank on 4722 2456 for directions.
John Mathews

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