Are You a Candidate for Carpal Tunnel or Other Problems?

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Pauliina Roe shows people how to better orient their computer set-ups for ergonomic benefit. She gives total computer related support, both online and offline (in the Denver area). You can find out more computer related support and get more ergonomic information updates at

Are You Saving Money With a Computer Support Plan?

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Pauliina Roe is a hands-on computer troubleshooter/repairperson in the Denver area, and also troubleshoots online and over the phone. If you need computer support, give us a call if in the Denver area - Leading Edge Solutions at 303-224-0797 (ask for Kevin) or try out the support online at

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