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FlashCalc was a Spreadsheet program introduced by VisiCorp in 1981 at a time when they were in litigation with Software Arts which designed VisiCalc, the 'killer app' which was part of the Apple II's success. At the same time VisCorp reduced the prices of the Visi range of products including VisiCalc, VisiSchedule, VisiFile, VisiWord Plus, VisiTrendPlot and VisiLink. VisiCalc was reduced to $99 from $250.

FlashCalc was positioned as the lead product in a product line for high-end home and casual business users. $99 FlashCalc was said to to be faster because of an increased memory capability of 512K.  It was designed for the Apple IIc but worked on the full range of Apple IIs and was file compatible with VisiCalc. It included a set of financial functions including: internal rate of return, net present value, ......

Platform: Apple IIc, II+ IIe  64Kb RAM  Disk 5.25 drive 16 sector , 80 Column Card, Video Monitor, Printer

               OS:  DOS 3.3           

Application Software (AS:) Spreadsheet

Version: 1984

Platform : Apple II
Format : Disk 5.25
Publisher : VisiCorp
Authors :
Date : 1984
Product Code :

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Other Software by VisiCorp:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
VisiCalc (ROM version) VisiCorp Commodore PET 5.25-inch Floppy Disk + ROM 1979
VisiCalc VisiCorp TRS-80 5.25-inch Floppy Disk 1980
Visicalc Model III Version VisiCorp TRS-80 5.25-inch Floppy Disk 1980
VisiCalc VisiCorp Personal Software Apple II Disk 5.25 1981
Visifile VisiCorp IBM 5.25 Inch Disk 1982
VisiSchedule VisiCorp Personal Software Apple II Disk 5.25 1982
FlashCalc VisiCorp Apple II Disk 5.25 1984

Information About VisiCorp:

Item Manufacturer Date
VisiCorp 1 Jan 1976




This exhibit has a reference ID of CH55155. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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