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Microsoft announces beta version of graphics application Acrylic

By dpreview staff on Jun 13, 2005 at 12:00 GMT

Microsoft has issued a beta version of a new illustration, painting and graphics application program code named Acrylic. The news was first announced by CNET, which says the software is based on graphics application Expression, which Microsoft acquired with its purchase of Hong Kong-based company Creature House. Acrylic will only be available on the Windows XP, despite Expression being available for Apple Macs before the purchase.

Click here for more information and to download a beta version of Acrylic (77MB)

Click here to read the story on CNET

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