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    There have been an number of requests in the Message Board for back issues of ScrollSaw Workshop that are out of print, including my own. How do you feel about permitting those individuals with copies of out-of-print issues to duplicate them and make them available to people who don't have them? Personally, I would be willing to pay the cost of duplicating an individual copy to complete my collection.

    I know that normally this is quite illegal unless we have your permission. But I don't see what harm would be done if you aren't able to supply these issues. I would also be willing to pay to download an issue if you were willing to put it online.

    Dan Urban

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    I'll check with our editorial team and let you know what they think, Dan.

    Bob
    www.GrobetUSA.com

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