GeomDraw is used to produce documents containing geometrical diagrams. Uses include producing notes, reports and test papers. A diagram may be drawn on the screen, and imported to other applications or incorporated into a Web Page.
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Description: GeomDraw is a program which is used to produce documents containing geometrical diagrams. The diagrams are produced from GeomDraw as bitmap images.
Schoolteachers and Lecturers will find GeomDraw useful for producing notes,reports,and test papers. It is designed so that a diagram may be drawn on the screen,and then translated into a bitmap image of required size. This image may then be subsequently imported to other application s (eg. Microsoft Word) or incorporated into a Web Page as an Image.
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