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Acorn User - August 1997

The latest DTP developments
A BBS with maxi ideas and all the latest comms news
Public Domain
Xperience demo team interview
PC page
PC cards
Music & audio
Cover disc
Iron Lord and the demo of EasyPage
Game Show
Back Issues
The Regan Files
Mike Saxton of Acorn Computer Enterprises
Rambles through Acorn Wood
Winners of the Tunnel Challenge
Break out your mouse
Control your mouse in an alternative way
C for yourself
Manual screen drawing
Educational snippits on spreadsheets and networks
DTP made really easy
EasyPage - design for the very young
Speel it rite
Help improve your spelling
Super Model material?
TopModel 2
Faster than a speeding glacier?
Adventures with Shuggy
The role of an elf on a mission
Running before the wind
Those in the know at New Acorn
Acorn Club scene
Association of Acorn User Groups
Acorn virtuality part 5
Adding monsters to the arcade madness

Publication Date : 15th July 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4960. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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