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March 3, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Apple Computer Inc’s Claris Corp is killing its Claris Resolve spreadsheet for the Macintosh, and will not sell it after March 31: technical support for registered Resolve users will be offered for one more year; those that want to move to another spreadsheet in due course can have the integrated ClarisWorks 2.1, which does include a spreadsheet, for $30 until September 30; it says Resolve was unable to garner the necessary market acceptance to be a sustainable long-term competitor as a Macintosh spreadsheet.

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