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On Sunday June 9, 2013 said:
Tested on Windows 3.0 and it does indeed work great!
BTW, from the readme:
Lotus 1-2-3 For Windows Release 1.1
This is the complete Lotus program, including the SmartPak and Adobe Type Manager (located in the \SMARTPAK and \ATM directories). To install this program, you need to extract these files to the ROOT of a drive (a hard drive or Zip drive will work). You
CANNOT run the install from within a directory. For example, on my computer, I extracted these files to my D:\ drive in the root folder (that means just D:\, nothing more). Once
extracted, you can run INSTALL.EXE and go through the setup prompts. You'll have to tell the install program which drive and folder to install the program in to, and at one
point, it will ask what drive the install files are in - you must tell it whatever drive you extracted the files to (in my case, D). That's it! It works great, and it's a wonderful
example of a first generation Windows program that works well! Enjoy!
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