The Macintosh software library includes some of the most powerful programs in the world. And, as more and more Macintosh software becomes fluent in Chinese, you'll discover that Macintosh is more than a single tool -- it's an entire toolbox of possibilities.
If you work with numbers, you'll undoubtedly work better with a Macintosh spreadsheet -- a program that can handle awesome quantities of data, and perform complex calculations in seconds. Analyze your company's finances in minute detail -- by product, region, week, month or year. Spot trends more easily and take advantage of them more quickly. And base all your business decisions on hard facts -- not educated guesses.
With the help of a Macintosh database manager, you can store an entire filing cabinet's worth of information on a single pocket-size disk. Then, with a touch, retrieve exactly the data you want, in any arrangement you choose -- by name, by number, by date. So if you need a list of your employees by birthdate, you've got it. Or if you need a list of customers by city, you've got it.
With a Macintosh word processor as your writing partner, you never have to crumple a page and start again. You just transfer your thoughts to the screen, knowing that any changes can be handled quickly and easily. Expand, edit and improve your words until they say exactly what you mean. Then save time by creating an entire library of common form letters, reports and memos -- and using them again and again with a few quick revisions.
Any computer that can do justice to Chinese calligraphy is bound to have a talent for graphics. And with a wide variety of Macintosh graphics programs, you can create everything from freehand illustrations to precise technical drawings -- do drafting, charting, product designs, page layouts -- with results that please the eye as well as the mind.
All of which means that this seemingly compact computer is actually one of the largest toolboxes ever built.