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Acorn User - May 1994

The Acorn User Disc
 Armony, Tiles. clip art
 Weather studies, networking and RiscPC
Impact of Risc PC on the field of graphics
Public Domain
Buying hardware for your school
Back issues
Next month
Subscriber's Page
The Moxon Interview
Dave Clare of Clares Micro Supplies
Showing off
How to write your own graphics demos
Back to basics
Questions and answers
Acorn customer hotline
The Risc PC
Back in the picture
High quality images with Photo CD
National Curriculum History
Part two of how to use IT in history
From acorns to oaks
Results of the schools DTP competition
Risky business
How to buy second-hand machine
In Brief
Replacement keyboards and faster printing
Sounds impressive
Create music with two sound boards
In the driving seat
The best CD-ROM drives
Game show
Diggers, Sensible Soccer and Speedball 2
Speedball 2
Sensible Soccer
The complete post office
Create your own greeting cards

Publication Date : 17th June 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4857. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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