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David, I think that you are generally right on the money. to be honest not too many of us thought about there NOT being longevity in the prints from the ink-jets. I was surprised and most others in the genealogy world were too when this became known there. Not surprisingly it took a while till we started noticing that things were fading and had been damaged by moisture. However the word is getting around and we are now looking at the replacement printers with this in mind. Unless these not very sophisticated users can get the archival inks and papers from the manufacturers and the computer retailers that you mentioned, they will not be replacing the existing printers unless there is no alternative(It's broke and too expensive to fix). The genealogy world is exploding right now and will play a part in the marketing in the future, Broderbund and Compaq just announced a marketing agreement in the last week for cooperation in marketing computers and programs for genealogy. Just my opinion but I hear it frequently in the genealogy world too. Regards, Jim Godward So CA - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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