SLIDES/POSTER DRAWING SOFTWARE

A. Parsons mbpcr at s-crim1.dl.ac.uk
Wed Jul 14 08:01:44 EST 1993


In article <9307140302.AA09543 at kona.cc.mcgill.ca> IVAN at MNI.lan.mcgill.ca writes:
>> In a previous article, GRGGTA at PATERSON.CHRISTIE-HOSPITAL.MANCHESTER.AC.UK () says:

Freelance v4.0 for DOS and v 1 for Windows are both excellent - but if you want
all the clip art you are going to have to up the Hard Disk - a 40 MB even
with stacker or double space is totally inadequate for this kind of FAT
software.


If you are going to use Windows you might consider Microsoft PowerPoint, but
a better deal is to get MS-Office - Excel, Word and Powerpoint (also Mail?)
but this with windows may blow your budget - if it doesnt it certainly will
blow your hard disk.

Corel Draw now ships on CD-ROM its so huge (with associated Clip Art) - agin
bad news for your hard disk.

Its a real bummer all this obese software!

Tony P.




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