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Design

Computer Aided Design Package
for the BBC Micro
 
Supplied on Disc
 
Design is a screen processor which allows information to be displayed in a format suitable for demonstartions, slide projections, handouts or presentations. It is equally at home as a doodle or sketch pad.


Platform :
Format : 5.25
Publisher : Beebugsoft
Authors :
Date : 1983

Related Items in the Collection:

Other Software by Beebugsoft:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Program Builder - 60 Basic Routines Beebugsoft Disc Unknown
Snorter Beebugsoft BBC Micro Cassette 1983
Toolkit - Basic Programmers Aid Beebugsoft BBC Micro ROM 1983
Design Beebugsoft 5.25 1983
Teletext Pack Beebugsoft 5.25 1983
Paintbox Beebugsoft BBC Micro Cassette 1983
Sleuth Beebugsoft Acorn BBC Micro ROM 1984
Paintmaster Beebugsoft BBC Micro 5.25 Disk 1984
RomIt Beebugsoft BBC Micro ROM 1985
Beebug C - A Full Implementation of the Programming Language C Beebugsoft BBC Micro . BBC Master 128 5.25" disk 1987

Information About Beebugsoft:

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2913. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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