Harvard Graphics


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Harvard Graphics

(graphics, tool)
A presentation graphics product by Software Publishing Corporation (SPC) for creating presentations, speeches, slides, etc..

Harvard Graphics

An earlier presentation graphics program for DOS and Windows. Harvard Graphics was developed by Software Publishing Corporation and introduced for DOS in 1986. In 1991, a Windows version debuted. The DOS version was very popular throughout the 1980s and was one of the first business graphics packages to support columnar and free form charts. From 1996 to 2017, Harvard Graphics was marketed and supported by Serif (www.serif.com).
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Early editions of CHIPS featured instructions for such software applications as dBase and Harvard Graphics and user forums for government off-the-shelf software (GOTS) and the Ada programming language.
Most of the technical information is of a general nature and relevant to the users of other software programs such as Lotus, Harvard Graphics and Apple Keynote.
If you remember back in the mid 1980s, WordPerfect was the dominant word processor, Lotus 1-2-3 was the dominant spreadsheet, and Harvard Graphics was the dominant presentation software.
In a subsequent year I reviewed various LCD panels (the old ones that sat on top of overhead projectors) which led to my college buying several and our dean seeing Harvard Graphics (again a few years before PowerPoint).
Software Publishing Corporation, publisher of Harvard Graphics and Harvard Publisher, has released Harvard Design Studio--a complete, easy-to-use drawing, illustration, photo-optimizing, animation, and 3-D graphics solution for business users.
Harvard Publisher is the third Harvard brand software product released in 1998, following the June release of Harvard Graphics 98, a revision of the presentation graphics software program; and Harvard Draw 98, a drawing, illustration, and photo-optimizing application.
Mainstream presentation packages such as Microsoft PowerPoint, Lotus Freelance Graphics or Harvard Graphics may fit well for the presenter striving for a polished look.
The first graphics software our lab purchased was Harvard Graphics (Software Publishing, Santa Clara, Calif.
At the top of the list is Harvard Graphics for Windows from Software Publishing Corp.
With Harvard Graphics, just about anyone can make an effective graph, chart, or drawing.
Personal computers may be connected to the system and used as Distributor II workstations while running other PC software such as WordPerfect, Harvard Graphics, etc.

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