In search of the seven-point-opus

Pogue, David
April 1992
Macworld;Apr92, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p211
Book Review
Reviews computer books available on System 7. `MacWeek Guide to System 7,' by Don Crabb; `Introduction to Macintosh System 7,' by Marvin Bryan; `Mac System 7: Everything You Need To Know,' by Deke McClelland; More.


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