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Subject: Macintosh User Groups
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Date: Thu, 11-Oct-84 22:41:23 EDT
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From: Larry Rosenstein <>
The Software Resource Center here wants to compile a list of Macintosh
Users Groups, and possibly join several of them.  If you know of any users
groups, please let me know.  (If you can evaluate or describe the features
of the group, so much the better.)

As an alternative to electronic mail, you can send your responses to:
  Software Resource Center
  Apple Computer
  10455 Bandley Drive M/S 2-P
  Cupertino, CA 95014


Larry Rosenstein

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