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A unit of volume equivalent to 108 cubic feet. It is used in the sale of firewood.
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Whether working with a standalone HyperCard application on a dedicated workstation in a lab, or a network sharing the PDL from magnetic or CD-ROM stores, there were recurring problems with hardware and software reliability.
HyperCard isn't rocket science, but it does great things for my productivity."
The previews and the training were pretested with two HyperCard trainees at another location.
We illustrate several types of product frames, including competitive product framing (e.g., Dell Computer), comparative categorical framing (HyperCard), and comparative user environment framing (Steelcase's Safe Harbors).
Some of the other programs, like Ideas for Parents and Time Management, give similar information in a more animated HyperCard stack medium.
Individual slides are created using basic graphics drawing tools incorporated in the HyperCard program.
Students were asked to design a HyperCard Stack; the assignment was to design a mock sales presentation to a prospective, imaginary client.
In fact, top management at GTE uses HyperCard to keep up with the company's many business units.
The Sandoz system uses a Macintosh PC, Hypercard (a Mac programming language), and a portable bar code reader.
Some Mac accounting software offers interactive training tutorials based on Mac's HyperCard. HyperCard is a unique data manager that stores information in a manner similar to 3" X 5" index cards and can present the information in whatever order is determined by the user.
(18)The best known example of hypertext is HyperCard for the Macintosh computer.
Among the HyperCard stacks featured at the Computer Lab were a high-resolution slide show; The AIDS Stack, a high-tech guide to available information on AIDS; an interactive advertisement for a computer-art magazine; and an interactive guide to Washington, D.C.