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    Welcome from me too Rapheal & Ronnie. Not a bad bunch on here 'onest !!
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    Wasn't a bad bunch until I got accepted. I'm old school, going on 70 years come next August. I don't no "nuttin" when it comes to computers. I have to always ask how to do something especially out of the ordinary. My wife had a computer built for my business back in the early years before they were readily available on store shelves. I remember going into my office the first morning before my wife came in. I found the power button, and the screen came to life, and was bright blue. That's all I knew what to do, the builder said I could never fill it up to the capacity that it would hold. It wouldn't hold squat, one program and it was done. Wife wanted it to do my books for the CPA, she was tired of having to do three sets of books. Now I can't even spell any more without computers. Life is good, Praise God we're both still here, and our son just gave us our first Grandchild, Cora Sinclare this past January!!

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    I grew up using a manual typewriter, it was married & had children before Bill Gates had a branstorm about Micosoft. I did a copy & paste, of you question, and a few hits came up about your question. I like you, joined this site to find out how do things on this computer. I hope that helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by transcorpmf View Post
    Hi, I have a question about some really old Apple software, Appleworks v6
    Where would I post my question?

    I would think the macOS - Apps and Games forum would be the place:
    http://www.mac-forums.com/macos-apps-and-games/

    Unfortunately we lost the use of Appleworks v6 after OS S 10.6.8. Well, at least those without at least a 2011 iMac did as that's the latest iMac that could still run SL OS X 10.6.x.

    PS: Personally I wouldn't call Appleworks v6 a "really old Apple software" application!!!!
    Its predecessor ClarisWorks yes. That's getting old.

    For some AW/Claris history and info etc:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AppleWorks





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    My name is J.R. and I have been a Mac user for quite a while. I've been retired but am about to re-start my golf club making business. I need to be on top of my game regarding IT so I decided to join the forum to help answer questions. Building a new website and social media pages.

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    A warm welcome to our Forums, stanfij.

    I hope you will be very happy here and we shall do our best as a community to assist you.

    Ian
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    I've been retired but am about to re-start my golf club making business. I need to be on top of my game regarding IT so I decided to join the forum

    OK, and welcome to the mac-forums stanfij, but I'm just a bit curious as to any connection between golf clubs and Apple Mac IT stuff. …???


    PS: I'm assuming you have also noted the fact that the site may go poof and kaput in the future???





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    JR, meet another JR (John Ronald) although commonly known as JJ or more normally something less complimentary ??

    Just don't forget the only stupid question is the one you don't ask. The day we stop asking them is the day everyone wants to know what you have left them in your will

    Golf isn't my game, but if you include a radio controlled glider and call it glider golf, that is a different thing?
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    Golf isn't my game, but if you include a radio controlled glider and call it glider golf, that is a different thing?
    Sorry John, you're too late…

    https://youtu.be/Ehptu0Ce-bQ




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    Patrick, that's great, BUT 3 different models and someone to chuck it for you?????

    In ours it was one model and if you are flying it then you chuck it. The 'holes' were about 100 yards long and on a golf course, Minchinhampton Old Course, on a 600' high plateau just outside Stroud. Lots of wind and open. Non of this someone to chuck it for you stuff

    Pure concentration, skill and LUCK!

    https://flic.kr/p/23R54Ur

    OK, in this day and age just how does one post a pikky on here?
    John.
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    I had also meant to say that when that when we were doing glider golf those guys in the video would have been in their prams but great to see the old skills carrying on
    John.
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    Patrick, that's great, BUT 3 different models and someone to chuck it for you?????
    … … …
    Pure concentration, skill and LUCK!
    https://flic.kr/p/23R54Ur

    John, you have to remember that that's in the USofA.

    PS: I'm surprised you didn't link or post a photo of you flying your glider with a large paper bag over your head. lmao.gif




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    Alright with the chit chat already. Take it to Schweb's Lounge where you and John can fly high...
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    Red face Hi All,
    Hi,

    Donald Silverburgh here from Dallas, Texas. Thank you so much for allowing me to be a part of Mac-Forums. I am so delighted and I am sure it will be a good fun. I've recently switched to iPhone from Android. I am a new user. And I can't express how lovely it is to be a part of MAC and iOS. Thanks again for the add.

    Best Regards,
    DS

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    Donald Silverburgh here from Dallas, Texas.

    Welcome to the forums Donald and you Texans will be overrunning the place pretty soon with so many of you from the big state.

    Are you a Mac OS X user as well, or just an iPhone user, but it doesn't really matter as there are a number here who can help here if you need any.




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