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Acorn User - September 1991

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Our new regular section of hints and tips for eight and 32-bit micros
 
COVER FEATURE - PERFORMING ARCS
How to attain circus skills with the aid of a bit of artificial intelligence
 
Doing it with DTP
make the best of your desktop publishing system
 
First Screening
Watch your Beeb display 102 characters
 
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Got the supermarket blues?  Let your micro take the strain
 
Stepping Up
New series that may turn you into a power user
 
Norses for Courses
The Vikings take time off from eating Spam to perk up the curriculum
 
Cunning Crunching
An eight-bit classic that tells you how to cram more graphics on your floppies
 
Yellow Pages
I-Grabbing
Techno-I - the fast way to good graphics?
 
Hood in the Wood
Learning can be fun with interactive adventuring
 
The Great Divide
An Arc compiling 68000 code?  6502?  Z80?  Cross32 claims to do it all
 
Coding Made Comfy
Will Acorn's Desktop Development Environment mean user-friendly coding?
 
Design for Learning
How Data Designs' interactive approach has taken the classroom by storm
 
Get Dug In
Uncover the historical artefacts buried deep in the Arc
 
Slimline Sampler
Simple sampling on the Econet port
 
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Puzzle Page
Confound your cerebrum with this month's clutch of conundrums
 

Publication Date : 10th June 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4761. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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