In this issue we offer two beginnings: part one of an excellent review of what’s new and easy to do in Excel 4.0, and part one of our discussion about Apple’s Newton technology. In the on-going department, the estimable Bob LeVitus passes on a better workaround for the Word Styles bug. Endings for the week include Solutions, Inc. going out of business, and CE’s discounted email-only upgrade offer for QuicKeys, which ends in a week.
Bob LeVitus writes, "I've encountered the Word 5 styles bug many times over the past few months, working on book chapters (Dr. Macintosh, Second Edition and The Dr
New Address -- For those of you on the Internet, my address shrank recently, so you can now send email to although mail to the old address will still be forwarded
Solutions, the publisher of BackFax, SmartScrap, Glue, and other Macintosh software, is no longer in business. A recorded message listing phone numbers of companies now handling their software can be reached at 802/865-9220
Last week at the Summer Consumer Electronics Show, Apple unveiled Newton, the company's first new product line since the Macintosh debuted in 1984. Amidst the hoopla, Apple has made some fascinating claims, and if Newton lives up to those claims, we will all be better off.
But this week, let's look at what Newton is, other than a rather tasty confection from Nabisco usually filled with figs, although there are apple-filled Newtons as well
CE Software is offering a special upgrade deal to registered users of QuicKeys who are members of the online community. They can tell if you're an electronic denizen because you can only send in this upgrade via electronic mail
A new version of Excel already? I thought they just came out with one a few months ago! Microsoft has taken about 13 months to move from Excel 3 to 4 on the Mac side