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I use gnumeric and Google spreadsheet.


On 1:11pm, Tue 23-Dec-2014 nma <nma(--nospam--at)> wrote:

> I've used all of these versions of these spreadsheets also.  Actually sat
> in on a seminar by the fellow that wrote VisiCalc.  That program had some
> neat features that still isn't any of the current spreadsheets.  I did
> rewrite most of the production spreadsheets for my system.  They had all
> of the documentation as well as how to use the particular spreadsheet in
> each sheet so that we could submit the documentation to the building
> departments.   I think that there was around 200 spreadsheets and they
> were bundled inside another program so that they couldn't be modified. We
> call it the RCT system (1991+/-).    Unfortunately is was in DOS and in
> 123.
> We also were using SAP 80 at this time on a TRS80 Model II. (in CPM
> format).  Tried using the CDC programs with the punch cards.  Sometimes a
> waste of time.
> Neil Moore, PE, SE
> On 12/20/2014 5:48 PM, Alex Nacionales wrote:
>> I have used spreadsheets from VisiCalc, Quattro Pro,  Lotus 123 and I
>> think Excel is best because of its VBA programming capability among

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