The best spreadsheet / database program for Commodore 64?
mikew at thecomputervalet.com
Tue Dec 22 08:50:35 CST 2015
I'll check on the other URLs a little later.
A very cursory glance at eBay shows multiple Magic Desk cartridges for
On Sunday, December 20, 2015, Mike Boyle <tulsamike3434 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 20, 2015 at 9:48 AM, Mike Whalen <mikew at thecomputervalet.com
> > On Saturday, December 19, 2015, Mike <tulsamike3434 at gmail.com
> > > Is there anything like Appleworks 1.0 for the commodore 64? if so could
> > > you be kind enough to give me the name of the program? I have searched
> > > but have found nothing of any value. I just would like a checkbool
> > > ledger and a savings spreadsheet.
> > >
> > The first one that comes to mind is Magic Desk. It's primitive and,
> > apparently, had some issues. http://toastytech.com/guis/magdesk.html
> > I remember using that one. The interface is wicked slow.
> > GEOS was also pretty well populated with various applications like the
> > you seek. You'd need a mouse for hardware and, unfortunately, I've not
> > an easy time getting it to work well in emulation.
> > https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/GEOS_(8-bit_operating_system)
> > GEOS was fun, fun to play with.
> > You can look at the software produced by Batteries Included. They did
> > produce an integrated suite but not with all the modules you seek. BI
> > produced tons of productivity software for the platform.
> > https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batteries_Included_(company)
> MIKE MIKE MIKE!!! That is perfect I bet that cart is going to be a pretty
> penny I wonder if anyone on here would have one they would like to sell??
> P.S. Hey Mike the first link worked great but the 2nd 2 were dead ends :(
> but thank you so very much for the info that Magic Desk is just what I am
> looking for!!!
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> * Have a blessed day!*
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