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What willysr is saying, is that Apache is a package that has already been compiled by the developers of Slackware. He mentions you can get it from the n/ directory which is on the dvd or any of the mirrors. He also lists the two dependencies that it requires.
If, when you installed, you did a full install, apache is already installed and you just need to go into /etc/rc.d and make sure that rc.httpd is executable. Then apache will start on boot.