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If you're looking for software that will let you draw the layout, take a look at Google Sketchup. It's free, and works well for almost any project, and it's very easy to use. Here's the link for Google Sketchup: http://sketchup.google.com/
There are some free programs, cygwin is a well known one, but I love the new Visual Studio 2008....if you can't afford the whole suite, you can get visual C++ (which includes C) ...but look on your school website. If you are at a university, you should be able to get it for free if your school is decent...if you are at a 2 year college, you can still get it about 85% cheaper with a student educational discount. Ask in your bookstore. Software for students is the main bene. If you like the answer be sure to rate it.
There's a lot of things you could do. Maybe a count controlled loop which does arithmetic until the users sends a command to exit the loop? A program which organizes numbers for smallest to largest from an input file? Using an event-controlled loop to convert celsius to farenheit? Hope that gets you started, this is all stuff I learned in my first year of computer science. Please rate, thanks!
It's possible that you do not have Outlook installed. To determine whether or not it is installed try going to Start and then Run and then type "Outlook.exe" (without the quotes). If you have Outlook installed it will launch.