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Subject:Re: Drawing programs, me too From:Laurie Rubin <lmr -at- SYL -dot- NJ -dot- NEC -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 24 Jul 1995 11:00:44 -0400
How about Adobe Illustrator, or AlphaGrafix Designer. I haven't used
either in a few years, but, at the time, they were easy to use
and compatible with MS Word.
> D Gardner asks:
> OK, what's as powerful as Corel but gets along with MS Word 6.0
> better and is less flakey?
> I need to know, too!
> I have been using AutoCAD LT for Windows.
> Too many bells and whistles to work with. Awful for manual
> purposes. Good for technical drafting, imports to Word 6.0 with
> .wmf very easily.
> Dick Dimock Artlessy Senior Tech Writer down in
> El Segundo, CA
> **EAT CROW Episode 13 -"Urg"-***
> Surprise was replaced by understanding
> on the farmer's face.
> "That's right, sir! Eat the rest of
> that crow!" The rebel kept the rifle
> trained on the farmer until the last
> piece of edible flesh was consumed.
> "Kind of tasty, in its' own way, don't
> you think?"