Software, Super-Text Word Processor for Apple II and IIe


The Baltimore, Maryland organization Micro Users Software Exchange - or MUSE - is known as an early developer of video games. However, it also published a "professional word processor" called Super-Text. This museum number covers a 5 1/4" floppy disc holding a version of Super-Text for use with an Apple II+ or Apple IIe microcomputer The disc is copyrighted 1983, with author Ed Zaron. In addition, the number covers a three-ring binder with documentation on the software. Loose in the binder are a listing of Muse software products, and a sheet on modification of the program for the Apple IIe

The materials were the gift of NMAH employee Bernard F. Gallagher.

Date Made: 1982

Maker: Muse Software

Location: Currently not on view

Place Made: United States: Maryland, Baltimore

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Credit Line: Bernard F. Gallagher

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: 1990.0652.03Catalog Number: 1990.0652.03Accession Number: 1990.0652

Object Name: Software

Measurements: average spatial: 39 cm x 19.6 cm x 25.4 cm; 15 11/32 in x 7 23/32 in x 10 in


Record Id: nmah_1075188

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