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Acorn User - July 1997

TopModel 2; Map of the month and new art
Frobnicate is not a rude word; GIFs and geeks
Public Domain
Demos and why they're a good thing
Made-to-measure or off-the-peg software?
Psion and RTF importing
Cover disc
Fantasy Formula One and the latest printer drivers
Game Show
Shuggy arcade and Arya adventure
Back Issues
The Regan Files
Trish Hornsey of  Inclusive Technology
Rambles through Acorn Wood
Frequency in the balance
Creating a software-controlled stereo equaliser
C for yourself
Extending the C library to provide more facilities
Educational snippits on NStore and Sherston
Return of the King
CSH's new Arthur CD
Wasting paper
Reduce paper costs
The A7000+
What's the difference in the new model?
PublishArt 3
Latest clip-art collection
Mr Clippy
Can organising clip-art really be made easy?
Does RISC OS need another file compressor?
BBC Micro Emulator
Play all the old Beeb games
RISC OS games
Plain sailing
What's on at Acorn now that they're on the up?
Horse trading
Acorn's in the factory setting
The Wakefield Show

Publication Date : 15th July 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4959. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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