Category : Printer Utilities
Archive   : IMGPRT15.ZIP
Filename : ORDER.FRM

 
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PRODUCT ORDER FORM
(IMAGE Apr 88)
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Image Computer Systems
P. O. Box 647
Avon, CT 06001
Ph: (203) 678-8771
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Company ___________________________________

Name ___________________________________

Address ___________________________________

Address, Zip Code ___________________________________

Daytime phone number ___________________________________


__ ImagePrint V1.5 Registration Disk $20.00
(80 & 136 column versions, 6 fonts)

__ The IMAGE Printing Utilities ($89.95 + $3 S&H) $92.95
(Includes Metatext V3, ImagePrint V3, 16 fonts,
6 pass graphics characters, 116 page manual)

__ Metatext V3 demonstration disk $5.00
(Prints 25 lines, then switches to draft)

Additional fonts for ImagePrint Version 1.5:
__ FONT 0 (Courier) $5.00
__ FONT 2 (Elite) $5.00
__ FONT 3 (Italic) $5.00
__ FONT 4 (Orator) $5.00
__ FONT 5 (Typewriter) $5.00
__ FONT 8 (OCRA) $5.00
__ FONT 9 (OCRB) $5.00

Custom disk and handling charge for all font orders $5.00

__ BASIC WINDOWING TOOLBOX $20.00
(Lightning-fast windowing functions for IBM and
(Microsoft BASIC compilers and interpreters)

Surcharge if air mail shipping to an overseas address $3.00

Subtotal __________

Connecticut residents add 7 1/2% sales tax __________

Total __________
Payment is by:
__ Check (payable in US funds from a US bank)

__Money order/Bank draft __ MasterCard __Visa

Card number _______________________ Expiration date ___________

Card Holder Signature _________________________________________

Card Holder Name (Please Print) _______________________________





  3 Responses to “Category : Printer Utilities
Archive   : IMGPRT15.ZIP
Filename : ORDER.FRM

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