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MacroMind Utility Disk was a set of graphics utilities that were developed by MacroMind and published by Hayden Software in early 1986.[1]


Each utility was implemented as a desk accessory instead of an application so that early Macintosh computers without multitasking capabilities could launch them while another program was running.[2]


  1. Macintosh Gets Disney-Quality Animation Tools In Videoworks by Doug and Denise Green, InfoWorld, p.37. 1986-03-03.
  2. MacroMind Utility Disk by Howard Bornstein, Under the Apple, p.30. 1987.
  3. MacroMind CheapPaint by Howard Bornstein, Under the Apple, p.94. 1987.
  4. MacroMind Trails by Howard Bornstein, Under the Apple, p.316. 1987.

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