Best spreadsheet for MSX2?

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By AxelStone

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03-10-2018, 14:29

Hi everybody, I'm looking for a good spreadsheet aplication for MSX. I know that Philips Home Office 2 includes one, but I can't locate a working version in English or Spanish. Does anyone has a valid dsk?

Anyway, Is there any other spreadsheet application better that one included in HO2?

Thanks.

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By zett

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03-10-2018, 14:37

use the one in easy 1.4

By hamlet

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03-10-2018, 14:38

Multiplan. For sure the best app if you're willing to use CP/M.
I done a lot of spreadsheets with it in the 90's, also wit the Sony and Philips ones but MP was the best one to use.

By hamlet

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03-10-2018, 14:39

That's right, I forgot the ease one... thanks zett.

By zett

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03-10-2018, 14:58

used the easy one a lot. and its a real modern feeling to it. and other office apps are on that one to.

By karloch

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03-10-2018, 17:38

I think you mean CALCFORM from EASE, right? Really, still nowadays EASE looks powerful Smile

By msd

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03-10-2018, 18:36

Somebody should try to get the sources of ease and give it a dos2 update

By zett

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03-10-2018, 20:31

yeah i still love it. it was a nice set of tools that easy 1.4. most try that sony hi-brid that got that tool to

By tsmvp

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03-10-2018, 21:15

Where are you guys getting the DSK for it? Was looking around and could not find it. :-(

CR

By zett

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03-10-2018, 21:35

all msxers in nl got multiple disks of it.

By FiXato

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03-10-2018, 22:43

tsmvp wrote:

Where are you guys getting the DSK for it? Was looking around and could not find it. :-(

CR

Search for E.A.S.E. MSX. I believe MSX Games World has a copy of it.
But yeah, it was quite common in the Netherlands, at least for MSX'ers who owned a Philips NMS MSX machine, as it was included with the system.

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