The Disk Attachment Interconnect Configuration Guide is an internal Apple memo with a matrix describing all the ways the various floppy drives made by Apple could be connected to their computers. It is dated September 8, 1982 and the “IIIr” mentioned probably refers to the revised Apple III released in late 1981. The “IIIe” probably means “III enhanced”, later released as the Apple III Plus.
It also describes how the unreleased UniFile and DuoFile floppy disk drive products would have been used by customers.
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This is the user manual for the LISA Assembly Language Development System for Apple II Computers, released by On-Line Systems, Inc. (later Sierra On-Line) in 1982. This has nothing to do with the GUI-based computer of the same name made by Apple.
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Note: This scan is sourced from a photocopy made on equipment that was new 40 years ago, so the quality is so-so and shouldn’t be considered archival. If I find an original manual, I’ll replace this file with an improved version.
This is the 1985 Apple Cooperative Advertising Program booklet. If your company sold products from Apple Computer in 1985, these are the rules you had to follow when creating advertising.
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This is the EPSON LX-810 User’s Manual. Published by EPSON America, Inc. in 1989. 314 pages.
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This is the book, Working with WordPerfect on the Apple IIGS
by Beverly B. Zimmerman and S. Scott Zimmerman, published by Scott, Foresman and Company in 1989. 352 pages. Covers version 2.1, with some 2.0-specific topics.
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