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List of R5 .NTF (R5 Notes Templates)

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I don't have a book of R5 right now, where can I get the list of all NTF files in R5?I have already and still searching on the web.I hope you could help me.
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Dear friend,

Go to "http://notes.net/notesua.nsf/r5?openview" and download the admin help files. They are in PDF format, so you will need the latest Acrobat Reader ie ver. 4.

As for the .ntf templates, you need to have the R5 cd and all the .ntf will be on the CD.

Hope this helps

Sandeep
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