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#1 Verons88

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Posted 11 January 2007 - 01:07 AM

Hi, I come across DNL Reader from some site, and have it downloaded.
It acts like Acobat reader, but I find it more interesting.
I guess I have installed the trial version of DNL, since it showed a pop up when Im halfway reading some documents with it.

Does anyone know if this is a freeware or shareware?
Is there any site to get the freeware?

I need to used DNL reader to read some file I downloaded from internet.

Thanks :thumbsup:
Veronica Yeoh

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Posted 11 January 2007 - 01:18 AM

DNL Reader 5.6.21 Freeware, according to the preceeding site it is freeware. I do not have any personal experience with that site. So use at your own risk, and with caution.

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#3 Verons88

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Posted 11 January 2007 - 01:52 AM

At first I thought it was free too, but I got this pop up when i try to read a file in DNL format:
and Im not able to continue reading the next page of the file.

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I appreciate if anyone who has come across DNL and help to shed some light to this.

Thanks again
Veronica Yeoh




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