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I have a question about the use of "characters" for decorative purposes.  I read in 
the archives Carol Simpson's response from November of 2003 where she stated that 
you could you characters from books published before 1923.  I am assuming that 1923 
is not a magical year, but rather 80 years prior to the posting of her answer.  Is 
my assumption correct?  Also, one of my teachers who worked previously as a graphic 
artist said that she was told that you needed to make 5 distinct changes to a 
character before you could use it. Is this a well-known guideline or is it 
something one of her professors just used.

Thanks in advance for your help!~

Janet Pfadt, Media Specialist
Fox Hill Elementary School
802 Fox Hill Drive
Indianapolis, IN  46228

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