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Ben Hechter wrote:
> Has anyone used Frame or special-purpose tools to draw screens layouts?
> Maybe an easy-to-use prototyping tool?
I have used DEMO-IT for this type of project. It is from Lifeboat
Software. DEMO-IT is a reincarnation of Dan's Bricklin Demo-II, popular
years ago for screen editing, project demos, and interface development.