Grids

Grids

Free
Designed as a simple vectorial drawing software as there are not a lot on Windows. Its principal fun
 
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Designed as a simple vectorial drawing software as there are not a lot on Windows. Its principal functions is dedicated to schemes drawing, thus you can generate libraries with symbols which can be easily used (many symbols are provided with Grids). Because of its design, it can be run very quickly in an easy way. Indeed, the documents created with Grids can be managed like folders, each folio can be composed of several pages. It can be used for networks schemes, for electrical schemes, for databases conception, flood charts, etc...Several original functions complete it: it can create a reverse-engineering of JCL files (welcome to the IBM world), it allows you to draw guitar tabs and grids (for guitarists of course), and also calendars ; it can execute midifiles, open www sites, and even a full screen mode which can be used as a midi prompt!

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