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The PCLOS Mag, July 2012 Issue Released

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The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the July 2012 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine.

In the July 2012 issue:

* Graphics Tutorials: Gimp, Part 1
* KompoZer: Let’s Get Acquainted
* Thunar Custom Action For Dropbox Public URL
* Install Avast Antivirus Home Edition On PCLinuxOS
* Linux Financial Apps: GnuCash
* Forgot To Run aptupgrade? Don’t Panic!
* Eliminate Annoying Messages In KDE4
* QEMU: The Other Virtual Machine, Part Two
* Use LibreOffice Writer, AbiWord To Fill Out Forms
* Labels, Anyone?
* Create An ISO From A DVD or CD
* And much more inside!

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