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Acorn User - October 1994

REGULARS
News
 
The Acorn User Cover Disc
Programs to keep you amused
 
Comms
 
Graphics
 
DTP
 
Public Domain
 
Education
 
Letters
 
Subscriber's Page
The Moxon Interview
laurie Van Someren of Aleph One
 
HANDS ON
 
Module area blues
Solve fragmented module areas
 
C for Yourself
Different types of variables in C
 
Questions and answers
 
Acorn customer hotline
*INFO
 
REVIEWS
 
What a lark
After the Eagle, the Lark card
 
Sounds terrific
Create your own music box
 
Round and round in circles
Mapping skills with Navigator
 
Primary management for all?
Sort out your admin with PIMS
 
The case for portables
Success of portables in schools
 
Game Show
 
Games Previews
Burn Out and The S42 Collection
 
Cannon Fodder
Command your own team
 
FEATURES
 
HomeWorks
 
Electric studio
 
See me, hear me
The importance of multimedia in schools
 
I wrote that ...
The developers behind impression
 
Acorn World  preview
 
The language of technology
the involvement of Acorn in education
 

Publication Date : 23rd June 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4872. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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