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ClarisWorks 3.0

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clarisworks-3-full.sit (5.14 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
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cwks3-mac-cd.zip (43.90 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
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ClarisWorks-3-F.sit (3.99 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9

All-in-one office suite app for word processing , drawing , painting , spreadsheet , database & communications.

This copy of ClarisWorks 3.0 is the full installation set containing the option to install a FAT binary (both 68k and PPC code) or the option to install either the 68k version or the PPC version of ClarisWorks 3.0, depending on your hardware.

View: CLARISWORKS 3 on the Macintosh at The University of Glasgow Computing Service (a good intro).

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

This program is suitable for all Macintoshes capable of running System 6.0.7 to Mac OS 9.2.2

As with most Claris applications, on the 1st run, it will want to be personalized. A serial key entry is optional, not required.

Note: The "CD" in the [Top DL] "ClarisWorks 3.0CDv1" version number, is the Claris regional code for "International English". UK English dictionaries are installed.

See also: ClarisWorks for Win v3.0 (Windows).

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Fortuna Wave's picture
by Fortuna Wave - 2011, October 28 - 2:08am

ClarisWorks 3.0 are now available in MVAS (Mini vMac Apps Site).

Euryale's picture
by Euryale - 2011, April 18 - 10:53pm

Yeah that´s what I meant eh?

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2011, April 18 - 10:40pm

...the ´Hey?¨the Canadians say at the end of each phrase

Is that "hey" or "eh"[ay]? Down here in the Antipodes "eh" (pronounced "ay") is added to a lot of sentence endings. Wikipedia has quite a good description of the use of the word "Eh" throughout the world. The difference between Canadian & US English? Not much that I can tell other than Canadians may follow several British spelling conventions in writing English words.

Euryale's picture
by Euryale - 2011, April 18 - 6:55am

The "CDv1" in the Title "ClarisWorks 3.0CDv1" is part of the version number and regional code (Canada?).

Is there a difference between Canadian and US English?

To me both sound exactly the same (Except for the HilBillies accent and the ´Hey?¨the Canadians say at the end of each phrase )

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2011, April 25 - 8:21am
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I've updated the info on this software. It is the full install set for ClarisWorks 3.0 and contains options for installing 68k or PPC only, or FAT installs. - I've been running this one on Basilisk II and Mini vMac and a G4 for a couple of months now. Its an excellent, blazingly fast and lightweight office suite.

[Edit] I've converted and uploaded this set to a more user friendly format (Disk Copy 4.2 and compressed with Stuffit 3.5). I've also removed all of the hidden Mac OS X files that were in the original upload.

MacWise's picture
by MacWise - 2009, August 3 - 8:03pm

Oh silly me I meant the 68000 processor. Somehow I forgot that the others in the same family are also called 68k. Oups

Attila's picture
by Attila - 2009, August 3 - 4:26pm

There was probably an installer that made a specific version for each computer, and that's likely what is here instead of the installer. I'm also pretty certain version 4 worked on 68k, as does AppleWorks 5, though at least an '030 or '040.

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by MacWise - 2009, August 3 - 5:52am

ClarisWorks 3 was the last version to support the 68k processor and thus the version 68k users will want. This PPC-only file is a slap in the face to all of them. Somebody please upload the real thing.

by Anonymous - 2009, June 1 - 4:38pm
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Apparently the 68k code has been stripped. Will only run on PowerPC and PPC emulators.