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'''Ron Bauer''' (b. 1938) is a professional writer by trade, and magician by hobby. He founded Mr. Trix Enterprises and has tricks published in [[Genii]], The [[New Tops]], [[M-U-M]], and elsewhere.
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'''Ron Bauer''' (b. 1938) is a professional writer and amateur magician. He founded Mr. Trix Enterprises and has tricks published in [[Genii]], The [[New Tops]], [[M-U-M]], and elsewhere. He's known for having written the first book for the public on Microsoft DOS, called Easy DOS It! (1986), which went on to become one of the best-selling computer books of the 1980s. It's also how [[Alex Elmsley]] learned Microsoft DOS!
 
== The Ron Bauer Private Studies Series ==
 
== The Ron Bauer Private Studies Series ==
 
This is a series of 24 annotated performance scripts. Originally published by [[John Luka]] Enterprises. Since late 1999, published by [[Sandra Kort]] at E-GADS (Electronic Graphic Art Design Studio).
 
This is a series of 24 annotated performance scripts. Originally published by [[John Luka]] Enterprises. Since late 1999, published by [[Sandra Kort]] at E-GADS (Electronic Graphic Art Design Studio).

Revision as of 03:59, 27 December 2014

Ron Bauer
BornRonald Raymond Bauer
1938

CategoriesBooks by Ron Bauer

Ron Bauer (b. 1938) is a professional writer and amateur magician. He founded Mr. Trix Enterprises and has tricks published in Genii, The New Tops, M-U-M, and elsewhere. He's known for having written the first book for the public on Microsoft DOS, called Easy DOS It! (1986), which went on to become one of the best-selling computer books of the 1980s. It's also how Alex Elmsley learned Microsoft DOS!

The Ron Bauer Private Studies Series

This is a series of 24 annotated performance scripts. Originally published by John Luka Enterprises. Since late 1999, published by Sandra Kort at E-GADS (Electronic Graphic Art Design Studio).

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