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Acorn User - December 1991

News
 
Education
 
Comms
 
PC
Next Month
Letters
 
Questions and Answers
Subscriptions
 
INFO
What has our eight and 32-bit column in store for you?
 
The Chart Show
Produce graphs on your Archimedes
 
Pieces of Eight
Some classic eight-bit programs
 
Scart to Finish
Using your television set as a monitor
 
Stepping Up
Becoming a computer artist with the Artisan package
 
Time Machine
History and computers go hand in hand
 
File O'Facts
Get your files in order with our disc-indexing program
 
Get in the Picture
BAU launches a new graphics column
 
Bargains Software
 
Yellow Pages
A5000 - A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
 
All Change
How can a new art package help teachers?
 
ARM3 Upgrade
Turbo-charge your A3000 machine
 
To the Point
We review Pinpoint, the latest educational database
 
Elite Review
Design and Develop
Set up a factory in the comfort of your own front room
 
Game
 
Puzzle Page
 

Publication Date : 10th June 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4765. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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