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VisiCalc For Apple II, II+, IIe

Best VisiCalc Book You Can Buy!

This book is simple, easy and user-friendly! Shows step-by-step how to use the features and commands of VisiCalc on your Apple II, II+ or IIe computer. Clearly explained exercises help you understand all you need to know.

All about creating and using titles and labels. Moving and deleting columns and rows. How to create and copy formulas. Facts about VisiCalc functions. Formatting the spreadsheet. Creating and using windows. Drawing lines and repeating labels. How to print the spreadsheet in different ways. Initializing disks and storing the spreadsheet.

Exercises show how to set up your own financial balance sheet, return-on-investment record, and income-tax calculations. Mastering VisiCalc has never been so easy!

Reference Number : 0 89586 274 3

Date Published : 1983

Manufacturer : HPBooks

Platform : Apple II, Apple II+, Apple IIe

Format : Folder






This exhibit has a reference ID of CH14455. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

VisiCalc For Apple II, II+, IIe

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