MicroChart 2000 v8.0
by H&H Enterprises
(H&H Enterprises Website)

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Operating System: Windows 2000/NT/ME/98/95
File Size: 889 KB
License: (All Shareware software)
License Conditions:

15 Day Trial. Registration: US$99.00

System Requirements:

Pentium II or higher, 64 MB or more, 800K free HD space

Last Updated: 2000-08-01
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Tags : chart | draw | drill | layout | design | print

Software Description

MicroChart was originally developed to design and chart the halftime shows of the University of Hawaii "Rainbow" Marching Band and the Hula Bowl All-Star Halftime Pageantry.

Features

  • Drawing Tools: point, line, block, parallelogram, arc, circle, freeform curves
  • Edit Functions: copy, delete, move, scale, rotate, mirror, join, center, alter symbol & color, and zoom
  • Multiple zoom magnifications for precision placement of objects
  • True perspective view for press or visitors with adjustable height & distance settings
  • Selectable colors for positions and grid
  • Multiple document support - load and work with several drills at a time
  • Floatable tool bar and edit bar
  • Support for high school, NCAA, and professional league hash and yardline markings
  • Batch printing of chart files
  • Support for most Windows compatible printer including laser and color inkjets
  • Selectable printer fonts and font attributes
  • Online help via Windows help file
  • Support for the Windows registry

New in v8.0

  • Field Grid Dots setting now selectable in 1, 2, and 4 step intervals
    Customizable edit grid, yardline, and grid dot colors

  • Symbol Presets feature to save your most often used symbol shapes and colors
  • Print orientation now defined in Print Options dialog and overrides printer default setting
  • Folders Options let users select document and batch print file locations
  • User can customize their own copyright notice in Print Options dialog. (For no copyright notice just leave it blank)
  • Drill instructions (including selectable font size and alignment) can now be saved and printed directly on any corner of the chart
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