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InterMedia Owners Guide

The InterMedia system was a very important part of typesetting history in particular. Withoutout them a lot of authors work would have had to be re-keyed from systems as early typesetters and publishers tended to use only Applemac or PC and most authors set their work on Amstrad, Commodore, Sinclair, Apricot etc
This is a very comprehensive 1989 manual in an A5 ring binder
This was, together with the computer, very kindly donated by Bob Wilson

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Date Published : 1989

Platform : InterMedia






This exhibit has a reference ID of CH6581. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

InterMedia Owners Guide

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