[ ] APPLE FUNDAMENTALS. This disk presents a tutorial on how to use DOS 3.3 and ProDOS to do common tasks. It also contains an introduction to programming in BASIC and assembly language. Put together by Tony Pizza of Appleholics Anonymous.
[ ] APPLE II HISTORY: Chapters 1-11 (double-sided). Steven Weyhrich began this project as a description of how the Apple II evolved into the IIGS. It grew into a comprehensive history of Apple Computer as gleaned from a variety of magazine articles and books, as well as information directly supplied by individuals "who were there." Chapters 1-11 covers pre-Apple history, the Apple I, the Apple II, the Disk II, the Apple II Plus, the Apple /// Project, the Apple IIe, Steve Jobs and Macintosh, the Apple IIc, the UniDisk 3.5 and Apple 3.5 Drive, the Apple IIc Plus, the return of Wozniak, the Apple IIx, and the Apple IIGS. Each chapter is contained in an AppleWorks-compatible file.
[ ] APPLE II HISTORY: Chapter 12-23 (double-sided). This is the rest of the series of files from Steven Weyrich and covers the Apple II abroad, peripherals (interface cards, video cards, ROM/RAM expansion cards, co-processors, accelerators, modems, printers, etc.), operating systems (DOS 3.1, DOS 3.2, DOS 3.2.1, DOS 3.3, Pascal System, CP/M, SOS, ProDOS, ProDOS 16, GS/OS, System 6), languages (Integer BASIC, Applesoft I, Applesoft II, Applesoft 3(?), Apple Pascal, assemblers, hypertext, etc.), software (early distribution, user interfaces, VisiCalc, Apple Writer, AppleWorks, AppleWorks enhancements), magazines (Call-A.P.P.L.E., Apple Assembly Line, Nibble, Softalk, A+, inCider, Open-Apple/A2-Central, etc.), telecommunications (Internet, CompuServe, Delphi, GEnie, America Online, etc.), Overview of Apple II History, Who Is To Blame? (Jobs, Wozniak, Sculley?), What Could Have Been Done Differently?, Rumors, Where The Apple II Stands Today, Third Party Support, User Groups, What Should We Do Now?
[ ] APPLEWORKS TEXT PORTRAITS. These are AppleWorks word processing files that, when first printed out, appear to be gibberish. Upon taking a step back, however, they turn out to be pictures composed out of text characters. Among the highlights are Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, basset hound, Siamese cat, Richard M. Nixon, and a somewhat elongated Alfred E. Neumann.
[ ] APPLEWORKS TEXT PORTRAITS II. Another disk of text portraits. The files on this disk include Betty Boop, Charlie Brown, Columbia, F4E Phantom, Garfield, Kitty, Fawn, Pink Panther, Schroeder, Smurf, and Snoopy.
[ ] APPLEWORKS TRIVIA: POTPOURRI (double-sided). A disk of 625 multiple-choice trivia questions in AppleWorks format. Also included are 300 questions on Geography and 150 questions on History. Answers are contained in separate files.
[ ] APPLEWORKS TRIVIA: ENTERTAINMENT (double-sided). 650 multiple-choice trivia questions in AppleWorks format dealing with music, movies and television shows. Also included are 100 questions on Science Fiction plus 100 questions on the United States. Answers are contained in separate files.
[ ] APPLEWORKS TRIVIA: SPORTS (double-sided). 650 multiple-choice trivia questions in AppleWorks format dealing with sports. Answers are contained in separate files.
[ ] APPLEWORKS TRIVIA: BIBLE (double-sided). 1000 multiple-choice trivia questions in AppleWorks format dealing with the Bible. Answers are contained in separate files.
[ ] APPLEWORKS TRIVIA: SCIENCE. 500 multiple-choice trivia questions in AppleWorks format dealing with science. Answers are contained in separate files.
[ ] APPLEWORKS RECIPES (double-sided). Ninety recipes stored in AppleWorks format. The recipes are separated into seven categories: appetizers, salads, main dishes, vegetables, breads, desserts, and cookies. An index is included.
[ ] LE GRAYHAVEN COOKBOOK. A data base program which allows you to add, change, remove, and print recipes. Over 60 recipes are included. Reviewed in Call-Apple, August 1987.