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Who was the man who presented Micro Live? I still have the RO3.1 tapes - they were very useful. A decent, comprehensive package which could ease new users onto the platform. Not only the tapes and a (surely essential for any computer?) Welcome Guide but also a comprehensive User&Application guide. The last comprehensive version AFAIK was the HTML one provided with RISC OS3.7 (and on RO4 RiscPCs). These are crucial if you are to get full use of Paint and Draw for example. Otherwise the tendency must be to let them linger not realising what they are capable of.

 is a RISC OS UserAW on 12/6/05 11:58PM
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