Introduction to WordStar 2000.
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WORDSTAR 2000 (Computer Handbooks). ISBN: 978-0-273-02357-9. ISBN-10: 0-273-02357-8. Longman Higher Education · 1986.
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Published June 1986 by Longman Higher Education.
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WordStar 2000 had a user interface that was substantially different from the original WordStar, and the company did little to advertise this. WordStar used sequences of alphabetic keys combined with the "Control" key, which on keyboards of the time was conveniently next to the letter A in the position now usually occupied by the Caps Lock key.
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