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    Am interested in buying woodtrax software for number and letter making. Wondering if anyone has used this software and could give me feedback as to if worth buying. thanks in advance. John

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    I have use the program and its great and easy to use. it has some limitations as to the size of the pattern you can create and the basic fonts that you can use.

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      John, unless I'm mistaken you've posed this question on numerous other boards. The best answer I can give is that any graphics program can use Windows fonts to do the same thing with none of the limitations mentioned by Joe. I believe this opinion is echoed in other responses you may have gotten.
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