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Discovering Microsoft Words by David Sachs and Babette Kronstadt

Dual Media version -- but no disks ISBN 9780-471-50817-9

This is for the DOS version, they show a XT-class keyboard with the F-keys on the left side and control where Caps Lock is now.

Hands-on Quick BASIC by Larry Joel Goldstein
ISBN 0-13-383480-8

BASIC programming using Quick BASIC or QBasic. It covers basic programming concepts, including data manipulation and strings to more advanced topics like graphics and sound.



How to Write an Apple Program by Ed Faulk
ISBN 08359-2990-6

The book covers what every beginning CS student will learn. It's the program development cycle that makes a good programmer. The book simply adds a few Apple-specific paragraphs here and there. It's well worth reading if you're thinking about getting in to programming.



Tim Hartnell's GIANT BOOK OF COMPUTER GAMES
ISBN 0-345-31609-6

BASIC program listings for a variety of games simply programed but not simple in execution.



Shelly Cashman Series(r) Custom Edition (TM)

4 books in one, dBASE IV, Lotus 123, Word Perfect, and Complete Computer Concepts. Screen shots show the DOS version of the various programs. There's a computing time-line in the Complete Computer Concepts section that ends at about Windows 3.0. Textbook.



Toshiba Information Package

The info package that came with a new Toshiba computer. It had DOS 6.22 on it, so was probably a 486. The companion disk is included.



Prodigy books

Prodigy Member Guide and Phone Book



Professional PC Quick Set-up guide 386DX-40

Looks like this and the Prodigy books might have been in the same system box. Basic setup info for a 386 with DR-DOS 6.0 and Windows 3.1.



WinFax UltraLITE User's Guide

First Edition, First Printing. July 1992. A real software manual, not a quick start guide pointing you to a PDF!



Quick Link II for MS/DOS Manual

How to use the Quick Link II software.

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