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Kalamazoo Operating Guide

This extensive document was provided to customers of Kalamazoo Business Systems after purchasing one of their microcomputers.  It was intended for use with a similarly-sized Client Handbook (also in our collection).

The Operating Guide reads:

'This guide together with your client handbook will be delivered by your Kalamazoo Client Support Specialist at the time of the PRE IMPLEMENTATION visit.

The guide will form part of your discussions.  Both manuals will be left with you.

This guide will form a working document and the client handbook a reference document.  Both muse be used together as your company prepares to install the Kalamazoo micro-computer systems.'

The document is kept in an original blue folder as provided by the donor.


Reference Number :

Date Published : July 1981

Manufacturer : Kalamazoo Business Systems

Platform : Kalamazoo K1100

Format : Just larger than A4

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH43402. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Kalamazoo Operating Guide

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