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Acorn User - December 1994

REGULARS
News
 
The Acorn User Cover Disc
HomeWorks part two
 
Comms
 
Graphics
 
DTP
Ovation 2 is on the way
 
Public Domain
 
Education
CD-ROMs on networks
 
Letters
 
Subscriber's Page
The Moxon Interview
The Davids from Arcade
 
Business
Running your newagents on an Acorn
 
Portables 
Game show
HANDS ON
 
C for Yourself
Arrays, pointers and strings
 
Questions and answers
 
Acorn customer hotline
*INFO
 
REVIEWS
 
Professional publishing
Impression Publisher Plus on test
 
A card with 56001 uses?
Digital signal processor card
 
Games reviews
Games for Christmas
 
Modern languages
 
In brief
Four brief interviews
 
Acronym overload
PC CD One from the Datafile
 
FEATURES
 
HomeWorks charts & graphs
Part two of our integrated suite
 
Flashback: the development
How Flashback was converted
 
Time for a change?
What RISC OS 4 should contain
 
Dalriada Competion
Dalriada's latest product
 
Tricks of the trade
The best from sound sampling
 
Infant animation
Creating computer films with kids
 
I wrote that ...
Mark Colton spills the beans
 
 

Publication Date : 23rd June 2009



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4873. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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