Cad software, a free office suite, is available for download for free.
The suite, which includes Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint, can be used to make digital artworks for the internet.
“I think there’s a lot of people who want to get their hands on it, and if you look at the freebies for it, it’s very good,” Dr Paul said.
“They’ve got all the tools they need for the digital art that they want to make.”
The freebie for this is that they’re giving away all the freebie software, so you can get Adobe Acro, Microsoft Office, Word and Excel, which is pretty nice.
“Dr Paul said he had been downloading the software since it was released.”
We’ve been using Cad for the past two weeks, so we’ve been downloading it, so it’s been really useful,” he said.
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