Index of Compute! Articles by William D. Harrel – May 1991 through September 1994

Reporting on the state of IT 30 years ago, before the internet emerged and nearly all computer users had America Online (AOL) accounts


Compute magazine March 1993

William Harrel was a contributing editor at Compute! Magazine focusing on desktop publishing and graphics design software, and PC, printer, and scanner technology hardware and reviews. He has been writing about computer technology since well before the advent of the internet. He has authored or co-authored 20 books—including titles in the popular “Bible,” “Secrets,” and “For Dummies” series—on digital design and desktop publishing software applications such as Acrobat, Photoshop, and QuarkXPress, as well as prepress imaging technology. His latest title is HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Mobile Development for Dummies (a handbook for creating websites for smartphones and tablets). In the early 1990s, in addition to several other publications, including PCWorld, Windows Magazine, and MacWorld, Harrel wrote 39 articles in 18 issues of Compute! Magazine, which sold out to Ziff-Davis (PCMag) in the mid-1990s. Since then he has written hundreds of articles for PCMag, and several other computer and business publications, among them Computer Shopper, Digital Trends, MacUser, PCWorld, and The Wirecutter, and he has served as the Printers and Scanners Expert at About.com (now Livewire).


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