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Acorn User - November 1991

Cover Disc
Totally free, a games demo spectacular - Lemmings and Chocks away
Questions and Answers
Our regular section of hints and tips for eight and 32-bit micros
Games Children Play
Classroom computer games can aid learning
The A to Z of Fonts
Baffled by DTP jargon?  Try our guide to the field of fonts
Stepping Up
Acorn's DTP package
Pieces of Eight
Pythaforean trees, one-dimensional Life and more
Menu Editor
Writing your own 32-bit application isn't hard
Yellow Pages
The Small Print
The latest line-up of portable printers
Screen test
teaching TV maths - with the help of an Archimedes
Font Fitting
How to get the most our of your font manager
Rayers of the Fast Arc
Wa ray tracing package Render Bender 2 worth the wait?
Christmas Cracker
ESM's popular Desktop Folio package being customised for Christmas
PC of Cake
Latest version of Acorn's emulator
Game Preview
Game Show
Puzzle Page

Publication Date : 10th June 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4763. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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