Acorn User - January 1991

News
 
Education
 
Jet Set Competition
Win an A3000 and a selection of great games
 
Music
Letters
 
Questions and Answers
 
Acorn Customer hotline
Risc Revue
 
Next Month in BAU
Eight Bits
  
COVER FEATURE
First Steps
The first in a major series on getting to know your A3000.  Whether you're already an Acorn User, or you have no idea what you'll find when you open the box, we tell you all you need to know
 
Opening Address
The business of writing last month's program revealed
 
Showing Off
demonstrating the magical world of demos
 
Drawing Conclusions
The final installment in developing your own graphics package
 
Out of Exile
Unravel the mystery of Superior Software's Exile
 
Appliance of Science
The science National Curriculum has a place for your micro
 
Hats off
Part one of this intriguing game for your Beeb
 
Taxan Competition
Create some stunning graphics and win the latest Taxan monitor
 
Yellow Pages
 
Special Offers
 
In-Creased Delight
Paper modelling in the third dimension with Tabs
 
Well Managed
Flexifile from Minerva - an affordable database manager
 
Stick with IT
The RTFM interface takes the cobwebs off your joystick
 
Chart Show
Plotting graphs in the classroom can be affordable - and easy
 
Cloud Nine
Lining up the BBC Micro as a weather station
 
All Cut Up
Sprite editing made easy with 4Mation's Snippit
 
Easy PC
Loads of essential software for your PC compatible Master 512
 
Game Show
 
Free Ads
Software Showcase
Advertisers Index
End User
The Arc lights up London's electrical advertising campaign
 


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Acorn User - January 1991

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