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    Michael Ballai commented  · 

    Mellel is so widely used by students and faculty who use Macs in serious work that it should be considered a necessity for L4M. Not everyone who uses Logos work with Word. I can't imagine using Word again for Bible study even if they get around to supporting Hebrew. Any doc or docx needs work fine in LibreOffice.

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