WORLD'S FIRST SPREADSHEET
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
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What is the world's first spreadsheet?
Released in 1979 to run on the
Apple II, VisiCalc, short for Visual Calculator, became the world's first
was created by Dan Bricklin and Bob Frankston based on the idea of a calculator
where you could scroll back and forth through the calculations.
By being able to change just one cell to recalculate an
entire sheet VisiCalc took 20 hours of work and turned it into 15 minutes. This
justified the $3,000.00 price tag businesses spent on a new office computer.
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