HyperPAD

HyperPAD

An earlier application development system from Brightbill-Roberts & Company, that brought the HyperCard paradigm to PCs. See HyperCard.
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Software reviews include HyperCard, HyperPAD, LinkWay, and SuperCard.
A few of these products--like Asymetrix's ToolBook, BrightbillRoberts' HyperPad, and Spinnaker's Plus--were little more than HyperCard clones.
HyperPad is a similar software package for IBM-compatible computers.
Products such as Guide, FileVision, Architext, PC Hypertext, Hyperpad, HyperWriter, and HyperTies are available, along with HyperCard and now SuperCard, to assist authors in the development of hypertext systems.
(To further complicate the question, there are a growing number of PC applications--such as HyperPad and some forms drawing packages--that have a definite graphical feel but are entirely character-based.)