Category : Printer Utilities
Archive   : FAXTOP.ZIP
Filename : README.DOC

Output of file : README.DOC contained in archive : FAXTOP.ZIP
Version 1.0
March 1989
(C) Garry L. Camolli

Faxtop is a simple, easy to use program that will take over some of the
chore of getting a Transmittal Sheet ready when sending a Fax. All of
us spend a great deal of time at the computer. When it is time to send
off the latest information via Fax it is frustrating to search around
for some paper and make up a Transmittal Sheet. Many times it is too
late when we discover that we have left something important off of the
form. Even using a preprinted or pre-photocopied form can be a hassle.

This is where FAXTOP helps. Just load the program - turn on the printer
- and type in the information. If you are sending out the majority of
the Fax messages under your name FAXTOP is even easier to use. All that
you need to do is answer four questions each time. FAXTOP will retain
the basic information in a data file. If the information changes the
data file will be updated each time you exit the program.

The FAXTOP.ZIP file contains four files:

1. README.DOC - This file
2. FAXTOPS.EXE - Stand alone file not needing BRUN40
3. FAXTOP.EXE - File needing BRUN40 To execute
4. FAXTOP.DAT - Data file containing the basic information for
each FAX.

The FAXTOP.DAT file can be edited using any ASCII text editor or simply
run the program. When you exit the program the new data is automatic-
ally saved.

The program was written in QUICKBASIC 4.0. Hope that it is useful. It
is yours for free. No hidden threats - No special fee - and the program
will not self-destruct at some predetermined time. Use and enjoy.

Garry L. Camolli
Lake Worth

  3 Responses to “Category : Printer Utilities
Archive   : FAXTOP.ZIP
Filename : README.DOC

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: