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Once: Win a Dell laptop and make PDF files with Gdoc Fusion

ANSWER IS: PDF, XPS and Microsoft Word

Emailing documents to friends for them to print can be fraught with difficulties. For example Word may not select the right margins or fonts.

Computeractive has teamed up with Global Graphics to offer one lucky reader a Dell
mini-notebook PC and Gdoc Fusion bundle worth over £500.
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Ten runners up will each receive a copy of Gdoc Fusion worth £99.

Gdoc Fusion can make PDF, XPS and Microsoft Word files in two different ways. You can use it like a printer with any Windows software.

But what makes Gdoc Fusion different is that it can combine different document types into one PDF file.

Simply drag and drop the files into the Gdoc Fusion window and then rearrange them into the correct order. You can also select different quality levels.

The Dell Inspiron Mini 10 is a small, portable laptop that comes with Windows XP Home Edition and a copy of Gdoc Fusion. It has a 10.1in widescreen display, uses a power-frugal Intel Atom processor and has a generous 160Gb hard disk. It has wireless networking and Bluetooth. There is a messenger bag to keep it safe on the move and it comes with a Logitech V220 cordless mouse.

For your chance to win this computer and software bundle, answer the question to the right before 11 June 2009.

For more information about Gdoc Fusion visit the Global Graphics website: globalgraphics.com/gdoc

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Entered thanks 306Ian:-D

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Thanks, have to give my borrowed laptop back shortly so this is a welcome hope-click!

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