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Swish, a shareware program, makes text-only Flash animations for your Web page.
Xara 3D is a Web title creator that fits onto a floppy disk and makes 3D-rendered lettering so that Web pages can have suave, solid-looking headings and e-mail links.
The innovations in FreeHand 9 graphic creation software may not be dramatic, but they should inspire cooler print and Web designs - especially for users of Macromedia's popular Web tools.
This Internet security software intercepts traffic between your computer and the Internet, and checks it before letting it through.
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