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Issue 67 : February 1988

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Hints and Tips
Booting up: load your programs with Shift-Break, plus printer compatibility.
First Byte - Tessie Revivis
Tessie's guide to choosing peripherals.
Making an Impression - David Atherton
Technology has changed the face of printing. David on dot-matrix, laser and daisy-wheels.
Style Council - Graham Bell
Clearer programs make life easier and can get into print.
TV's Big Fight - Joe Telford
Joe's micro settles his family's arguments over which channel to watch.
BBC to ARC Data Link - Alan Watkins
Transfer programs and data files to your new machine with this simple listing and a couple of wires.
Artisan At Work - Dave Futcher
Artisan, the first art program to take advantage of Archimedes' graphics, meets with Dave's approval.
Games - David Lawrence
Gossip and rumour in the games world.
Games Reviews
The low down on Impact, Elixir and Life of Repton.
Software Review - Dave Futcher
Dave tidies his Filofax with the Fax File Organiser.
Book Review
In Data Theft, hacker king Hugo Cornwall turns queen's evidence.
Hardware Reviews - Bruce Smith
Panasonic KX-P1081 and Epson's GQ3500 laser printer come under the spotlight.
Education News
Special education centres search for cash.
How the West was Won
A group of London kids go to California without leaving their classroom.
The Network Page
Setting up from scratch, plus putting an Arc on the net.
Acorn Forum
Yellow Pages
Acorn User Offers
Sale Offers
Reader Offer
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