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February 10, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Aston-Tate Inc has announced a clear commitment to Apple Computer’s Macintosh, spending a reported $15m to acquire Ann Arbor Softworks of Newbury Park, California (yes but Ann Arbor’s in Michigan, dammit) and offer that company’s FullPaint graphics program for the Mac, and an advanced Mac word processor called FullWrite Professional, due out in April: Ashton-Tate is also shipping its dBase Mac Run-Time, allowing software publishers to develop custom programs for it without having to take a dBase Mac licence for each copy they sell.

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