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Issue 5 of 80 Microcomputing

Volume 1980

Volume Issue Date Title
1980 1 January, 1980 *Missing from Collection*
1980 2 February, 1980 *Missing from Collection*
1980 3 March, 1980 *Missing from Collection*
1980 4 April, 1980 *Missing from Collection*
1980 5 May, 1980 Word Processors: 2 Systems Compared
1980 6 June, 1980 Life: Play the Game
1980 7 July, 1980 Adventure, Education, Tutorial
1980 8 August, 1980 *Missing from Collection*
1980 9 September, 1980 Tandy Shoots Back with Three New Computers
1980 10 October, 1980 Have the Courts Smashed Softwrae Copyrights?
1980 11 November, 1980 Get Wired
1980 12 December, 1980 Dvorak vs. QWERTY

Volume 1981

Volume Issue Date Title
1981 13 January, 1981 Crayon Color your 80
1981 14 February, 1981 Education... A Profound Change?
1981 15 March, 1981 Which Disk Operating System is Best for You?
1981 16 April, 1981 Beyond 80 Graphics
1981 17 May, 1981 High Finance at Home
1981 18 June, 1981 Printers: How Do They Stack Up?
1981 19 July, 1981 Assault on BASIC
1981 20 August, 1981 All Work and No Play...
1981 21 September, 1981 Robotics
1981 22 October, 1981 Artificial Intelligence
1981 23 November, 1981 Get Down to Business
1981 24 December, 1981 Buyers Guide

Volume 1982

Volume Issue Date Title
1982 25 January, 1982 Buyers Guide: Which Disk Drive is Best?
1982 26 February, 1982 Will Computers Replace Teachers?
1982 27 March, 1982 How You Can Use the New Color Graphics
1982 28 April, 1982 Crash Savers: Your Program May Not Be Lost
1982 29 May, 1982 Microcomputer Art - Inspiration or a New Scam?
1982 30 June/July, 1982 How You Can Join the Network Nation
1982 31 August, 1982 Arcade - Annual Games Issue
1982 32 September, 1982 Ultimate Guide To Word Processors
1982 33 October, 1982 Micros in Business
1982 34 November, 1982 Computer Alchemy: Science Embraces the Micro
1982 35 December, 1982 Turn Your 80 into a Sound-Actuated Typewriter

Volume 1983

Volume Issue Date Title
1983 36 January, 1983 The Creator
1983 37 February, 1983 Micros: The New Supertoys
1983 38 March, 1983 Build It Yourself
1983 39 April, 1983 A Buyer's Guide to Languages
1983 40 May, 1983 A Buyer's Guide to Graphics and Printers
1983 41 June, 1983 Your TRS-80 Can Speak 6502
1983 42 July, 1983 Language Land
1983 43 August, 1983 Annual Games Issue
1983 44 September, 1983 Confused? How to Become A Better Planner
1983 45 October, 1983 Science
1983 46 November, 1983 Demystifying Bar Codes
1983 47 December, 1983 Assembly Made Easy

Volume 1984

Volume Issue Date Title
1984 48 January, 1984 The Model 2000
1984 49 February, 1984 Young Programmers - The Best of the Brightest
1984 50 March, 1984 TRS-NUKE - Build Your Own Power Plant Simulator
1984 51 April, 1984 Deflating CP/M
1984 52 May, 1984 Be the Boss of a BBS
1984 53 June, 1984 How to Create Split-Screen Displays
1984 547 July, 1984 The Model 2000: A Better Breed of BASIC
1984 55 August, 1984 Annual Games Issue
1984 56 September, 1984 Raging Drives - What to Do When They Turn on You
1984 57 October, 1984 Bar Codes
1984 58 November, 1984 Utili-Keys - Unlock the Power of Your TRS-80
1984 59 December, 1984 The Tandy 1000

Volume 1985

Volume Issue Date Title
1985 60 January, 1985 Speed Demon - The 80 Micro BASIC Compiler
1985 61 February, 1985 What's the Difference? How TRS-80 BASICs Compare and Contrast
1985 62 March, 1985 Those #*$& Messages
1985 63 April, 1985 Great Graphics - Hi-Res Computing on your III or 4
1985 64 May, 1985 Write Your Own Simulations
1985 65 June, 1985 Hot Hints for the Model 1000
1985 66 July, 1985 BBS Bonanza!
1985 67 August, 1985 Mastering Model 4 BASIC
1985 68 September, 1985 Making Connections
1985 69 October, 1985 Time To Buy a Hard Disk
1985 70 November, 1985 What's The Good Word?
1985 71 December, 1985 The ABCs of C

Volume 1986

Volume Issue Date Title
1986 72 January, 1986 P as in Power
1986 73 February, 1986 Got a Problem? Let Our Math Programs Solve Them for You!
1986 74 March, 1986 Do It Yourself: Create Your Own Database Manager
1986 75 April, 1986 You Figure it Out! Analyze Statistics on Your Tandy Micro
1986 76 May, 1986 Portable Power: Great New Uses for Your Model 100
1986 77 June, 1986 Advanced BASIC
1986 78 July, 1986 Software Riot!
1986 79 August, 1986 CP/M: The DOS That Wouldn't Die
1986 80 September, 1986 Best Buys for the 1000
1986 81 October, 1986 Bugs Got You Bummed?
1986 82 November, 1986 The Well-Traveled Programmer
1986 83 December, 1986 First Look! We Got Our Hands on Tandy's New Micros, And Here's What We Found...

Volume 1987

Volume Issue Date Title
1987 84 January, 1987 The End of the Floppy?
1987 85 February, 1987 Get Organized With 80 Micro's Thought Outliner
1987 86 March, 1987 Crash! How to Fix A Blown MS-DOS Disk
1987 87 April, 1987 Tandy 1000 Graphics
1987 88 May, 1987 Special Issue: Utilities
1987 89 June, 1987 Assembly Language for Beginners
1987 90 July, 1987 Personal Finance
1987 91 August, 1987 Special Issue: 10 Years of Tandy Computing
1987 92 September, 1987 More From Tandy
1987 93 October, 1987 Expanded Memory - How Your 1000 Can Break 640K
1987 94 November, 1987 *Missing from Collection*
1987 95 December, 1987 *Missing from Collection*


80 Microcomputing was "The TRS-80 Magazine" devoted to the entire line of Tandy/Radio Shack computers.



(Submitted May 28, 2009 14:08:55 by John)

I have 80 Micro(aka Microcomputing) from Oct 1980 thru 1986. Also Tandy TRS-80 software, ie DeskMate, Money Decisions IV, Maxi Manager etc.. How do I go about finding someone interested in these items and how much they are worth.

Thank you.

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