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Schema2 spreadsheet is Iyonix happy

By Chris Williams. Published: 8th Sep 2004, 08:25:23 | Permalink | Printable

32bit compatible

Schema2, a spreadsheet related to Acorn's Advance package, is now 32bit compatible and available from APDL.

Described as "the long established and acclaimed comprehensive RISC OS spreadsheet", Schema2 these days is available on CD with a printed manual and macro guide.

Links

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Good to see some development on this excellent app.

 is a RISC OS UserJGZimmerle on 8/9/04 12:04PM
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