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February 17, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

Lotus Development Corp has not done too well with its 1-2-3 for Windows spreadsheet, but it is trying again, and is recasting the program’s user interface and adding a host of new graphical editing functions, US PC Week reports: the 2.0 upgrade will be the first major overhaul of 1-2-3 for Windows since version 1.0 shipped to mixed reviews in September 1991, and will come with a polished user interface, sources close to Lotus told the paper; 1-2-3 for Windows release 2.0 also delivers point-and-click editing for a variety of new data query, auditing and style tools, and in-cell editing and more graphing and drawing capabilities; it also exploits dialogue boxes to add point-and-click functionality to tools and eliminate some cascading menus to reduce screen clutter, the sources said.

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