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Book - Visicalc User's Guide, circa 1983 Object Reg. No: HT 13536

Manual for the world's first electronic worksheet (spreadsheet), Visicalc for the Apple II. This manual was published about 1983, covers the use of Visicalc on the Apple II and II Plus, and is titled 'Personal Software VISICALC User's Guide Apple II & II plus 48 k 16 Sector'. Visicalc was first released in 1979.
This item is part of a representative collection of hardware, software, trade literature and promotional material that documents the history of the Apple company, and its contribution to, and impact on the computer industry and society.
A 'perfect bound" or paper back book of three section plus indices
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Chee-Yan Hiew, 2006
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 10 mm (Height), 155 mm (Width), 225 mm (Length)

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Tagged with: computer software, computers, computing, manuals, spreadsheet software
Themes this item is part of: Apple II - The Donors' Story, Internet Macintosh User Group (iMug) Collection, Information & Communication Collection
Primary Classification: COMPUTING & CALCULATING
Secondary Classification: Digital Computing
Tertiary Classification: reference materials
Inscriptions: Front cover:
Personal Software
User's Guide
Apple II & II plus 48 k 16 Sector

Hand written personal note on inside cover 'To Chee-Yan
with best wishes' (A signature) 21 April 1983

Back cover:
A piece of paper ( with compliments Slip ) sticky taped to the back cover
Script text read" With the Compliments of Chong Dispensary 102- 104 Jalan Paul, Seremban Tel: 74693
Manufacturer: Personal Software Inc, Sunnyvale, California, United States of America, 1983

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