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Correct some typos in WYSIWYT.

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 <li><p><b>Improvement to Windows fonts</b> - a new font labeled "Times and again Roman"
 is now available for installation. This font looks much like "Times New
-Roman" except for some important alteration. Among other adjustments, the
+Roman" except for some important alterations. Among other adjustments, the
 lowercase and capital 'O's were added a small beard and a hat, the lowercase
-l now resembles a Chinese letter, and the uppercase 'T' has a pole that is
+'l' now resembles a Chinese letter, and the uppercase 'T' has a pole that is
 roughly one-quarter the length of its hat.
 </p>
 
 Other fonts planned are "Arielle", a font that doesn't have any serifs but
 doesn't have many main-letter marks either, and BillScript, a connected font
 based on the hand-writing of Bill Gates himself. Beta testers of the latter
-reported that is was more readable than the English hand-writing of both Yassir
+reported that it was more readable than the English hand-writing of both Yassir
 Arafaat and Refa'el Eitan.
 </p>
 </li>
 
 
-<li><p><b>A Suitable User Interface</b> - WYSIWYT plans a corresponding
-new user-interface to be available to Windows 95 users. In the new user
-interface, the programs' menus will be placed on the windows' bottom or
-right side (user-configurable) and will present the items in as many columns
-as possible. The system menu icon and "close", "minimize" and
-"maximize"/"restore" buttons will be available in the middle of the window,
-where we feel they will be much more accessible. The icons in the toolbars
-will keep switching places and even move to other toolbars. We will also
-provide the "Icon War-lock", a state of the art utility which will implement the latest
-breakthroughs in computerized sight and artificial intelligence, and will help the
-users figure out what the symbol on each one of the icons stands for. (that is, if
-it can decipher them itself)</p>
+<li>
+<p><b>A Suitable User Interface</b> - WYSIWYT plans a corresponding new
+user-interface to be available to Windows 95 users. In the new user interface,
+the programs' menus will be placed on the windows' bottom or right side
+(user-configurable) and will present the items in as many columns as possible.
+The system menu icon and "close", "minimize" and "maximize"/"restore" buttons
+will be available in the middle of the window, where we feel they will be much
+more accessible. The icons in the toolbars will keep switching places and even
+move to other toolbars. We will also provide the "Icon War-lock", a state of
+the art utility which will implement the latest breakthroughs in computerized
+sight and artificial intelligence, and will help the users figure out what the
+symbol on each one of the icons stands for. (That is, if it can decipher them
+itself.)</p> 
 </li>
 
-<li><p><b>Better Windows 95 Internationalization</b> - WYSIWYT is working on versions
+<li><p><b>Better Windows 95 Internationalization</b> - WYSIWYT is working on
+versions
 of Windows 95 for languages such as Ancient Egyptian, Babylonian and
 Klingon. Users of the Hebrew version of Win95, who beta-tested the
 Babylonian version reported that they found it much better, as far as the