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Thread: WTD: Electric Pencil II word processor for IBM PC DOS

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    Default WTD: Electric Pencil II word processor for IBM PC DOS

    Even the two authors don't have a copy (it's a re-write of the original Michael Shrayer program). Anybody have a copy? Any format will do).

    Thanks!

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    Hi there Bobstek

    I think you'll find that right here:
    http://vt100.net/mirror/harte/Electr...20ver%20DI-II/

    The Link also has the manual in PDF format. .

    Hope this helps
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    Hey bobstek...are you the same Bob Stek I'm thinking of? (CP/M, S-100, etc.)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MystikShadows
    Hi there Bobstek

    I think you'll find that right here:
    http://vt100.net/mirror/harte/Electr...20ver%20DI-II/

    The Link also has the manual in PDF format. .

    Hope this helps
    That's the original for 8080 / z80 systems. I'm looking for the version re-written for the IBM PC under DOS.

    But thanks for trying.
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    Yup, that's me. Sorry about the 14 year delay in responding! �� I got out of collecting and only recently came back! Are you still alive? ��
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    Sorry Bob, you missed him by 6 years. He is missed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck(G) View Post
    Sorry Bob, you missed him by 6 years. He is missed.
    I'm sorry to hear this and didn't mean to be flippant. R.I.P.
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    I didn't think you meant to be flippant, Bob. I think it's fitting that we remember those who are no longer with us.

    I hope that someone does the same for me someday, even though I'm a crotchety old goat.

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    I don't think you have anything to worry about. People are going to be using SIMCGA (for example) as long as green phosphors still glow.
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    Thanks. I agree, Chuck. I belong to another organization - we only meet once a year - and each year we have a presentation of those members who have "passed beyond the Reichenbach" and everyone present 'stands upon the terrace' to hear a bit of their personal history relating to our organization (Baker Street Irregulars).
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