Hollywood 1.0

"Hollywood", created by Publishing Solutions Inc and sold by IBM, was a flashy business presentation program for Windows 3.0. It features many easy to create visual effects, vector drawing, data graphing, and an outliner. Even under pre-TrueType Windows 3.0 it supports rescaleable fonts providing sharp large printed text.

IBM purchased the software in 1989 from Publishing Solutions Inc, with the intent to complete a version for OS/2 Presentation Manager. It is unclear if an OS/2 version was ever completed and released. In 1991 IBM dismantled their IBM Desktop Software group, and Claris bought the rights to IBM Hollywood.

It competed with Aldus Persuasion, Freelance Graphics for Windows, Harvard Graphics for Windows, and PowerPoint

Installation instructions

This is a 16-bit Windows 3.0 application.

Requires a 286, 2MB of RAM.

Product type
Application Presentations
Vendor
IBM
Release date
1990
Minimum CPU
286
Minimum RAM
2MB
User interface
GUI
Platform
Windows

Downloads

Download Name Version Language CPU File type File size
IBM Hollywood 1.0 (3.5-1.44mb) 1.0 English x86 3½ Floppy 5.23MB

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