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Floppy (3.5")3

Micro-Systems Software


Release Date: 1/1/1988
Manufacturer: Micro-Systems Software
Excellence was a word processor for the Amiga computer, created by Micro-Systems Software as a follow-up to their earlier Scribble! word processor. The primary author was Steve Pagliarulo. It was one of the first WYSIWYG word processors for the Amiga.

After the initial release there were two major updates, the last being version 3.0, released in 1993. This was the final software program released by Micro-Systems.

Excellence! Floppy (3.5")

User Comments
Jason P on Saturday, May 27, 2017
From 1986 (7th grade) through high school graduation in '92... An Amiga 500, 24-pin Panasonic printer, and Excellence! put my reports and papers in a different league from everyone else that was either typing or hand-writing theirs! Seriously way ahead of its time.
Dan Conder on Saturday, September 14, 2013
There was an explosion of desktop publishing and word processing type of programs at the time. IMHO For its day it was the best word processor for Amiga. Much better things came along later. In the words of Charles Emerson Winchester the III. That is like being the finest ballerina in all of Galveston.
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