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  • Verna B. - They work far better than expected

    We have had numerous cordless answering systems in the past but none of them ever worked anywhere near as good as these. Set up was easy and quick. The range exceeded our expectations. Our home is 120 feet long and the phones work everywhere in the home. Our old ones only worked half way. We have been using these phones for a little over a month and are completely satisfied with them.

  • Tana - Excellent!

    With so many pharmaceutical products having similar names this book helps me to narrow down the correct drug with the correct disease. I like this book.

  • P. Fielding - Windows 8 a winner in my book.

    I have not been disappointed at all with Windows 8 Pro. It is very stable and has a lot of useful built-in apps and many available on Microsoft's app store. It is east to switch back and froth between the start menu and the desktop mode. As with any new OS, it takes some effort to learn new techniques of doing things. I enjoy exploring new OSs.

  • C. Kabat "cdesigns" - An exceptional thriller that kept me reading well into the night...

    Still Missing was a pleasant surprise and change of pace for me from my normal book selections. The descriptions are detailed but not gruesome. The author painted the pictures with just the right amount of information and the story flowed well from beginning to end. Chevy Stevens will definitely be on my watch list.

  • A. Reid - Natural feel makes this a plus for entry-level and beyond

    This is a bit of a second-hand review. My husband is an artist, and his input seems more pertinent here than mine.

    I did not know he was familiar with other versions when I chose this for review; his enthusiasm when I showed it to him was a good sign. He came to know this software from the iPhone and iPad first, where he owns both versions. He told me that he had enjoyed the versions he'd tried, but found the finger-based input challenging, and was interested to see what the "full size" version had to offer when using mouse and Wacom tablets for input.

    After thoroughly exploring it, he remained enthusiastic. While he emphasizes that people who are lucky enough to own several art packages will choose which one suits each project, he says that Sketchbook's pencil tool has a real-world feel that is alone worth the price of the software. Without question, this is what he most appreciates. For him, the remaining features were bonuses.

    Before purchase, you can explore the software yourself. The Autodesk web page has both the trial versions for download and an excellent overview video to highlight the primary features. But if you are looking for an entry-level art package *or* some unique sketch features to support your larger production software packages, then Sketchbook combines great value with great results.

    Above all, he says, Sketchbook makes the computer feel like a natural and comfortable method of drawing. One that he says he will recommend to both students and professionals.

    That's a really good sign. He's not as easily impressed as I am. :)