After 76 days of trial, theshowdown is set for 9:30 a.m. tomorrow in the Washington, D.C., courtroomof U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson.

The case of U.S. v. MicrosoftCorp. may go on forever, but Judge Jackson has ordered that closingarguments begin and end on Sept. 21. Each side has 2-1/2 hours to pleadits case on the proposed findings of fact in the landmark antitrust action.Arguments on conclusions of law will come later, but experts agree thatthis is the main event.

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