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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 4/2000) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Electric Crayon is a program that provides line drawings on the computer screen which can be colored. The program can be controlled by the keyboard, a joystick or a mouse. The user directs a crayon-shaped pointer to a set of colors on the screen. The desired color is selected, and the "crayon" turns to that color. The user then moves to the line drawing on the screen, directs the "crayon" to the desired area, and presses a button or key. That area of the drawing changes to the appropriate color. Finished pictures can be printed on a color printer or the line drawings can be printed on a black-and-white printer and colored by hand; contact manufacturer about printer compatibility. Drawings can be printed as calendars. The eight titles currently available are: ABCs, Fun on the Farm, and This Land is Your Land, Holidays and Seasons, Dinosaurs are Forever, and three "Sesame Street Crayon" titles. Electric Crayon Deluxe, for which the titles Dinosaurs are Forever, At the Zoo, All Dogs Go to Heaven, and Holidays and Seasons are available, can print with just the description of the drawing colored, is able to print banners, and includes four-color stickers. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple IIc, Apple IIe, Apple IIGS, Commodore 64, and IBM PC computers.
Price: Contact manufacturer.
This product record was updated on April 24, 2003.
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To the best of our knowledge, this company no longer sells assistive products. We list inactive companies for reference purposes only. The contact information listed is the last known for this company; current contact information is not available. If you have updated information on this company, please contact AbleData.13635 Gamma Road
Dallas, Texas 75244
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