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Algor texts/info on V19...

Algor texts/info on V19...

Algor texts/info on V19...

Im trying to find texts, books and/or more tutorials so I can get a better understanding of Algor V19.

Ive gone through most of the tutorials in program, but would like some further information. Paying for the Algor online info is not an option unfortunately.

Anyone know any links which could lead me in the right direction?


RE: Algor texts/info on V19...

The last book that I know of being written with Algor in mind was written for about version 11 by Dr. Constantine Spyrakos.  Changes in this market are too rapid for anyone to keep up.  By the time the book was written and published, you'd be three or four versions down the revision track.

As for tutorials, the only ones I know of can be found on the Algor website.  I didn't realize you had to pay for them...

smurgie usually lurks around here somewhere.  He may be able to point you down the right track...


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