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Acorn User - October 1992

Comms Column
Graphics Column
Acorn's new machines for games, business and education
All Change
Acorn's education organisation
Faster Footwork
The Write Stuff
Equations made simple with Icon technology's new word processor
A Quick Fix
A Video Diary
Combine videos with computer art
Two in the Hand
Latest hand scanners from Watford and Computer Concepts
Programming Section
Thinking Big
Numbers longer than your Arm calculated with ease
Harmonic Verses
Assembly Line
Absolute Beginners
Sticky Moments
Showing how natural selection evolved the spider's web
Don't Panic
Guide to viruses
Pendown Plus
Prophet Motive
How does the new accounts system from Apricote Studious add up?
Aztec Camera
The latest in educational Landmarks goes to the Americas
Net Gains
The Vision Thing
A peek at HCCS' price beating colour digitiser
Puzzle Page
Game show
Questions and Answers

Publication Date : 17th June 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4831. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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