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The first computerised spreadsheet was launched by Dan Bricklin and Bob Frankston in 1979. It was called Visicalc. Microsoft were just one of several companies to bring out their own spreadsheet programs after that. Excel was first launched in 1985, but Microsoft had other ones before that, like Multiplan.

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