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Macromedia FreeHand

Macromedia FreeHand is an object oriented drawing program (like Adobe Illustrator) used for creating illustrations and graphics for print publishing and the Web. A project in FreeHand is made up of strokes and fills rather than bitmap images in which pixels are edited. The resolution of a printed FreeHand document is device dependent, meaning that the resolution is determined by the device the document is output on. FreeHand is available for both Macintosh and Windows operating systems.

System Requirements

Macintosh

Minimum Requirements

Recommended

PowerPC processor.

 

Apple System software 7.1 or later.

Mac OS 8

16 MB of application RAM.

32 MB of RAM

30  MB of available hard disk space.

60 MB disk space.

CD-ROM drive.

 

Color monitor with 256 colors or more.

24-bit color.

 

PostScript compatible printer.

 

Windows

Minimum Requirements

Recommended

Intel Pentium processor or faster.

 

Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0 (with Service Pack 3) or later operating system.

 

16 MB of RAM for Windows 95.

24 MB or more of RAM.

32 MB of RAM for Windows NT.

40 MB or more of RAM.

30 MB of available hard disk space.

60 MB or more.

CD-ROM drive.

 

Color monitor with 256 colors.

24-bit color.

 

PostScript compatible printer.

 


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