Category : Alternate Operating Systems - Quarterdeck DesqView, CP/M, etc
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L I T E F O R M A T P A C K A G E
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Version 1.20
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" R E A D . M E " F I L E
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Copyright (c) 1988-1991 by Falk Data Systems.
All Rights Reserved.

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Last updated: March, 1991

Please feel free to copy the Lite Format package and pass it out
to your friends and associates. We not only don't mind if you
do, we encourage you to pass it out. What better testimony to
the usefulness of a product, than the word-of-mouth (or disk)
advertising by the people who actually use the product? If you
like it, chances are, your friends will too.

The only requirement is that you pass it out as a complete
package - including the documentation files and executable
programs - and that you don't alter or modify any part of the
package in any way. The PACKING.LST text file contains a
complete list of the files which comprise the complete package.

The Lite Format User's Guide is in the text file called
"LTFORMAT.DOC". The User's Guide contains important information
which will help you to get the most out of the Lite Format
package. We highly recommend that you print out a copy for
future reference.

Printing the User's Guide:
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The Lite Format User's Guide is ready to print. For your
convenience, page breaks and margins are already included. The
left margin is slightly larger, leaving you plenty of room to
punch holes and insert the manual into a notebook or binder.
LTFORMAT.DOC is properly set up for most printers. Ideally, it


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should be printed in a 10 character-per-inch font.
Proportionally spaced fonts are not recommended. The User's
Guide is about 30 pages long.

You may use standard DOS commands to print the Lite Format User's
Guide. The following information provides instructions for
several ways of printing the User's Guide.

Using the DOS "PRINT" program to print the manual in the
background:

PRINT LTFORMAT.DOC

Using the DOS "COPY" command:

COPY LTFORMAT.DOC PRN

Using the DOS "TYPE" command:

TYPE LTFORMAT.DOC > PRN

Introduction and Suggestions:
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Lite Format is a very small and easy to use package. To get the
most out of Lite Format, you should take a few minutes to read
the User's Guide. The User's Guide is easy to read and very
thorough.

Lite Format is NOT a public domain program. It is Copyright (c)
1988,1989,1990,1991 by Falk Data Systems. Please refer to
LICENSE.DOC for complete details on the Trial Use License.

Lite Format is distributed on a try-before-you-buy basis. This
means that you are free to try the program for yourself, on your
own computer system(s), with no salespeople looking over your
shoulder. We know that a few minutes, or even a few hours, is
often not enough time to tell if a particular software package is
exactly what you need, so we give you two months (a full 60 days)
to evaluate Lite Format. If, after the 60 day evaluation period,
you decide to continue using the program, please show your
support by becoming a registered user. For complete registration
details, please refer to the REGISTER.DOC text file.

Thank you for trying Lite Format, and for supporting Shareware!
Happy formattin'!

Falk Data Systems Voice: (915) 584-7670
5322 Rockwood Court FAX: (915) 584-1540
El Paso, Texas 79932-2412 CompuServe: 71420,2431
U.S.A.



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  3 Responses to “Category : Alternate Operating Systems - Quarterdeck DesqView, CP/M, etc
Archive   : DVFMT.ZIP
Filename : READ.ME

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