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Damien Braniff wrote:
> A query form a colleague whihc you may be able to help with. He has
> recently acquired Corel Draw 6 which includes Corel Dream 3D. He's quite
> interested in learning how to use it but the lit is fairly basic. Does
> anyone know of any good books on using Dream 3D? Or even details of
> another cheap (!) animation tool?
> Damien Braniff
> Technical Author
> PAC International
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Dave Chisma wrote:
Check out Macromedia Flash 2. You can download a 30 day trial and learn
to do animations.