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  • IBM Lotus SmartSuite  123 Millenium Edition 9.8 (Win 95/98/W2k/Nt/Wme/Xp Eng)
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IBM Lotus SmartSuite 123 Millenium Edition 9.8 (Win 95/98/W2k/Nt/Wme/Xp Eng)

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  • Platform:   Windows
  • Media: Software
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 91 g
  • Manufacturer reference: AN01MIE
  • ASIN: B0002Z9TGO
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Aug. 7 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #60,757 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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With SmartSuite 9.8, it is easy to convert files from earlier versions of SmartSuite and other business applications including Microsoft Office. SmartSuite 9.8 file filters exchange documents seamlessly to and from 1-2-3 and Excel, Word Pro and Microsoft Word, or Freelance Graphics and PowerPoint. The power of SmartSuite 9.8 combined with Lotus Notes and the Internet, make SmartSuite the industrys most complete suite for addressing the needs of both enterprise and individual users.

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It may be old, but those who started with it back in the day are glad they didn't have to switch to EXCEL since this version is available. Still think they should have kept up and stayed in the game!
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By K.W. Shopper on Aug. 11 2014
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It is performing as expected, albeit the expectation is relatively modest. Need it for old ...... worksheets.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rod on July 12 2011
Although the delivery date was supposed to be June 28/11 the product has still not been received. No response from the seller.
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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful
Same great old lotus, but beware of caveat. April 1 2011
By Rose M. Versaggi - Published on Amazon.com
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I wanted an entirely new version of Lotus Smart Suite for my new Windows 7, 64 bit computer.
It installed perfectly, and worked the same as always, but then noticed that after I had used
Lotus, the next time I tried to boot the computer, I couldn't. It took 4-5 tries to get a
successful boot.

Bottom line, Lotus won't work well with Windows 7 64 bit O/S unless you also install Virtual XP.
Once I removed the program, my computer problems resolved.

So, if you are willing to install Virtual XP on your Windows 7 Professional Version, you're good to go.
I opted not to go that route.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Lotus Smart Suite still available for Lotus users Jan. 21 2013
By Walter Gilbert - Published on Amazon.com
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Lotus Smart Suite still works well as always. However, these CDs do not install automatically on Windows 7 machines. It is necessary to go to the installation .exe file on the disk and click on that directly for it to install.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Works on Windows 8.1 Feb. 17 2014
By Larry Cooke - Published on Amazon.com
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As a long time XP and Lotus 123 user, I was concerned that this software would not function on my new Windows 8.1 PC. Installation was easy, and my transferred spreadsheet from my XP computer seem to be working just fine. I also transfer some Word documents, and was very happy to learn that Lotus Word Pro was able to handle these also. This will save me from purchasing MS Word for my new system, please note that word processing is a very minor part of my computing.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Lotus still works for me July 23 2013
By pris - Published on Amazon.com
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I have used Lotus for about 20 years. My old computer died, and I needed a new version of Lotus to go with the new one. Unfortunately, Windows 8 supposedly is not compatible with this version of Lotus, but a friend managed to install it anyway, and it works just fine.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The Passing of a Giant Oct. 25 2013
By J. D. Spencer - Published on Amazon.com
Brief quote from Wikipedia: "In May 2013, IBM announced the withdrawal of SmartSuite. Marketing of the product will end in June 2013, followed by all support ceasing in September 2014. IBM has also announced that there will be no replacement for SmartSuite.[3]"

It was - and still is - a great program. But the same genius types who let Gates License DOS to them instead of buying it from him apparently can't see the value in Lotus (either).

My Windows 7 Professional 64 bit OS - HAS an emulator for just about every previous version of Windows ever created. It's built into this version of Windows and requires no additional downloads. While it does not always work perfectly, it has made the use of Lotus Suite 9.8 entirely viable.

In the 1990's, "Windows Magazine" - in one huge article - reviewed ALL current databases. Lotus Approach stood alone in a class by itself at the very top. Microsoft Access was a very poor second-choice waaaaay down from Approach. All others were in a collective pile at the bottom. That was the last time an honest evaluation of Approach was given. I would never try to teach someone how to use any database EXCEPT for Approach, which takes about 5 minutes of "showing" and the newbie is off and running. By comparison, other databases are a study in the egos of their authors- and marketing is a big part of the equation.

As of this writing, the only real problem I have with any part of 9.8 is my wheel-mouse wheel doesn't scroll in the Lotus 123 spreadsheet. (I'm just too lazy to fix it.)