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Volume 1

Volume Issue Date Title
1 1 November, 1983 Looking Back, Looking Forward: Models I-100
1 2 December, 1983 TRS-80's Model 100: The Ideal Traveling Companion

Volume 2

Volume Issue Date Title
2 1 January, 1984 Tandy's Newest Machines: The Model 4P and the Tandy 2000
2 2 February, 1984 Preschool to College: Computerizing Education
2 3 March, 1984 How to Choose the Right Word Processor
2 4 April, 1984 From Outer Space to Vegas Casinos....A Journey Through the World of Games
2 5 May, 1984 Travelling With Your TRS-80
2 6 June, 1984 Tracing the Development of SuperCalc 2
2 7 July, 1984 From Data Files to Bar Charts: Getting to Know Your Model 100
2 8 August, 1984 *Missing from Collection*
2 9 September, 1984 *Missing from Collection*
2 10 October, 1984 *Missing from Collection*
2 11 November, 1984 *Missing from Collection*
2 12 December, 1984 *Missing from Collection*

Computer User was a publication dedicated to the entire line of Tandy/Radio Shack Computers covering home and business use of these machines.

(Submitted July 24, 2011 13:33:13 by Nick Wenri)

The Vol 2 Issue 7 was a combined July/August 1884 issue. (See note on pp 2 bottom left.)It may have been their last issue. (They were a publication of Interface Age an earlier computer magazine.

(Submitted July 8, 2007 21:29:07 by paulson Ambookan)

please change the link for computeruser magazine to Thanks

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