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Busicalc 3

BUSICALC 3 - the sophisticated spreadsheet!

Easy to learn, easy to use - something that can't be said of many business programs. 
But it's true of all the programs in the BUSICALC series.

BUSICALC 3 can handle all sorts of jobs - budgets, expenditure analysis, stock lists, price lists, and product costing are just a few of the possibilities. Three-dimensional formulae automatically access data stored on disk, so you can easily pull together information from several different sheets and summarise or manipulate it. 
It's simple to transfer data to other programs such as Easy Script. And you can use virtually any printer with BUSICALC 3, whether dot matrix or daisy wheel, Commodore or non-Commodore.

SUPERSOFT who are based in Harrow, on the outskirts of London, have been writing programs for Commodore computers since 1978.

Platform : Commodore 64
Format : Supersoft
Publisher : Supersoft
Authors :
Date : 1987

Other Software by Supersoft:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Zoom Supersoft BBC Micro Cassette Unknown
Word Perfect Supersoft BBC Micro Cassette 1985
Busicalc 3 Supersoft Commodore 64 5.25" Floppy Disk 1987
Cashbook Supersoft Commodore 64 5.25" Floppy Disk 1987

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH50693. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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