Category : A Collection of Games for DOS and Windows
Archive   : CSTONE.ZIP

Output of file : REGISTER.DOC contained in archive : CSTONE.ZIP


If you use this software and find it of value you may obtain a license
for use and show your support for the continuing development of quality
Windows shareware. Our licensing agreement appears on the following
registration form along with pricing information for the software license.

Registration Form (printed on following page)

License request for CornerStone
Copyright (c) 1992 by Fran‡ois Poulin

CornerStone is licensed on a per user basis. The license grants
the user the right to install and use the software on one or more
computers so long as the total number of users does not exceed the
license quantity.

Please type or print clearly the following information:



City State/Prov ZIP

Country Phone

Qty Price Total

Registration: ____ x $10.00 ______

Diskette Format : __ 5.25"
__ 3.5"

______ Sub-total

______ Outside U.S. & Canada
add $5 shipping per
set of disk
Grand total: ______

We accept checks and money orders ( sorry, no credit cards )
(must be paid through a Canadian bank).

License requests from outside the United States: Registrations will be
processed upon receipt of the current equivalent of Canadian funds in check
or money order (must be drawn or paid through a Canadian bank).

Mail your completed registration request to:

Fran‡ois Poulin
1580 Alexander Blvd #30
Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
J1H 4V8

Thank you for supporting the shareware software concept and
encouraging the future development of Windows shareware!

Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation

  3 Responses to “Category : A Collection of Games for DOS and Windows
Archive   : CSTONE.ZIP

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