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The Home Computer Advanced Course - Issues 1-12

The Home Computer Advanced Course was a magazine published in 1984-5 by Orbis.  It followed the 24-edition run of The Home Computer Course and ran to 96 editions.  The magazine was intended to follow the beginner's course provided by the original magazine with a more comprehensive guide to 'Making the Most of Your Micro.'

CCH holds the first 12 editions of The Home Computer Advanced Course in their original binder.  The front and rear covers of each edition were removed by the previous owner so that the pages run sequentially (issue 2 starts at page 21, issue 3 at page 41 etc.).  The pictures supplied here are thus not included in the item.  We have five complete binders, running from editions 1-60.  We also have most of issues 61-96, though these are not in their original binder.

Publication Date : 1984

Creator : Orbis

Format : A4 magazine in folder

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH39997. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Scan of Document: The Home Computer Advanced Course - Issues 1-12

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