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    Sharing my spreadsheet collection and catalog... all feedback is welcome. If you have any items that are not on there that you might be interested in contributing or selling, feel free to post them!

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    Good God Man! That's... magnificent!

    I doubt that I have anything that you don't but I've bookmarked the page and will try to remember to take a look as and when I come across any.

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    It's all spreadsheet software
    It's all spreadsheet software.

    Sweet jesus, I didn't even know collecting those could even be a hobby. I am very impressed.
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    I would like to think that most vintage computer enthusiasts here would also collect physical software for their systems. But that makes my closet full of misc IBM PC software titles look like a few specs of disk shaped rust stains.

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    Do you keep a spreadsheet of your spreadsheets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeGuy View Post
    I would like to think that most vintage computer enthusiasts here would also collect physical software for their systems. But that makes my closet full of misc IBM PC software titles look like a few specs of disk shaped rust stains.
    I have that much software.

    But I have maybe TEN spreadsheet programs.

    I'll never forget the first time I saw a spreadsheet program. I instantly envisioned countless uses for it. It impressed me more than any other software.

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    Theres also a good selection of "Works" packages I see. Much underated. I used PFS:Window Works back in the day. Claris Works was popular among Apple users and had a Windows 3.1 version.
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    Holly ... !! I'm really astonished

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    It's difficult to see what's there.. a text listing would help!
    Do you have NotisCalc?

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    Nice!

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