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|The World According to Microsoft, pretty, n'est-ce que pas?|
Some city maps go down this far
|Once you've seen this screen captures, how can you resist?||
How's this for a fabulous photo of Melbourne?
What Microsoft says:
"Stay on the right side of the law
World Atlas lets you copy text, maps, and images to the Windows Clipboard. This feature is provided for your personal use of the product. For example, you may copy a map to your word processor for use in a flyer, brochure, or other advertisement, as long as you keep the copyright information with the map and the map is not sold. Or you can print a map to refer to when you're away from your computer.
However, copyright law does not allow you, for example, to copy a map or article for commercial publication (as in a newsletter or magazine), or for posting onto a computer bulletin board or the World Wide Web. These examples only illustrate, and are not meant to summarize applicable law. Please refer to the licence agreement that comes with the product for more information on how you may use the software."
|Title||Encarta 97 World Atlas (CD) - World English edition|
|Operating System||Windows 95; 486SX/66 or higher, 8Mb RAM 6MB hard disk space, double-speed CD-ROM drive|
|Rec. Retail Price||$A79|
|System requirements||Windows 95 with CD, sound card recommended|
|Target audience (for kids, age)||general reference, very good for kids. Copyright permits use in flyers and brochures with appropriate acknowledgements.|
Filed: 30-Mar-97 Last compiled: 10-Aug-2014