Contents of the README.DOC file
CASHEXP: RECORD OF CASH EXPENSES
Developed by David Hogben, Ph.D., OmniSoft (TM)
Copyright (c) 1992 OmniSoft (TM). All rights reserved
CASHEXP is a simple program that makes it easy and fast to
keep track of cash expenses. It can be used by itself or it can
be used to complement a sophisticated accounting system.
The main program is:
Version 1.0 was released on March 21, 1992.
The main program uses two data files:
The file CASHEXP.DAT keeps track of cash expenses.
The file CASHEXP.BRF keeps track of abbreviations that can
simplify the typing of data.
The documentation consists of the six files:
README.DOC and USE-CASH.DOC are ASCII text file adaptations of
the files README.EXE and USE-CASH.EXE. They are included for
Bulletin Boards and users who want to have the documentation in
their form. We think most users will prefer to use README.EXE
USE-CASH.EXE displays information that explains how you can
use CASHEXP. After reading the information displayed by this
file, README.EXE, it is suggested you type
before using the main program by typing:
The program SUGGEST.EXE displays a brief suggestion for
The program OMNISOFT.EXE displays a brief description of
OmniSoft (TM) and displays a list of the shareware now available
and the shareware being developed that we hope will become
All the nine files mentioned above are compressed in the
Have fun and let CASHEXP make a tedious task less onerous.