Lexpro Databank - are you using it? Was it worth it?
Thread poster: Conrado Portugal

Conrado Portugal
Germany
Local time: 14:56
German to Spanish
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Jul 26, 2006

Dear all,

Looking for dictionaries at a wonderful site I recently discovered (www.dicoland.com), I found a software that I am very curious about: Lexpro. The website for this product isn't working so I just got some baseic information on this software.

I was wondering if some of you are using the Lexpro software. How is it working? Are you happy? Ii isn't unexpensive but still worth it? Can you use ant CD-ROM dictionary you have or only the CD-ROMs you buy through dicoland?

Thanks for you answers.

Conrado

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