Blazon is a freeware program for Windows 3.1, designed to teach the basics of heraldry by allowing users to design their own arms. It's successor, Blazon95, is the Windows 95 equivalent, with enhancements to the user interface to bring it into line with Windows 95 norms (which are more suitable to this program than the user interface of 16-bit Blazon), as well as being OLE enabled as a server, and with the ability to copy arms and charges to the Windows clipboard as metafiles, and the ability to import bitmaps and windows metafiles created by other programs for use as charges on the shield. The programs are now free of charge for personal use or use by charities or educational institutions. They may not be used commercially in any way, nor sold, nor used as an inducement to buy other goods or services, without the permission of the author.
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