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CassetteMaster v7.40 cassette database/labeler.
File CMSTR740.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Databases and related files
CassetteMaster v7.40 cassette database/labeler.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CASMSTR.EXE 136555 135232 deflated
COLOUR.SET 526 203 deflated
HELP.DBT 27825 7453 deflated
HELP.DOC 10733 4331 deflated
HELP.PLS 4149 780 deflated
INVOICE.DOC 1798 740 deflated
NEWUSER.DAT 4319 960 deflated
PACKING.LST 974 347 deflated
PRINT.SET 243 99 deflated
READ1ST.DOC 38330 13466 deflated
SYSOP.DOC 7029 3053 deflated
TUNE.DAT 130 57 deflated
UNIEMM.COM 1372 1212 deflated
VENDOR.DOC 8650 3611 deflated

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Contents of the HELP.DOC file


THE PROGRAM IN GENERAL
*Hitting the return/enter key will select the highlighted
option on menu screens (Mouse Users: Hit the Left button).

*The ESC Key will always return you to the previous menu
or screen (Mouse Users: Hit the Right button).

*The box in the upper right corner will display the
options you have for a given menu or screen.

*The last line of the screen will let you know what will
happen if you press the return/enter key for the
highlighted item on the menu.

*The F1 Key on a Help Screen will bring up the Help Index.
You can select any of the Help Topics listed there by
using the Highlight Bar (Mouse Users: The Middle button
acts as F1).

*Hitting the F1 key anywhere outside of a help screen will
provide you with the highest Cassette Number in use and

the next missing Cassette Number.

DATA ENTRY SCREENS
A few tips:

Remember the title so User Defined fields can be changed
using the Default SetUp option (from the Utilities Menu).

F1 will provide you with the last tape number used and the
next missing number.

PageDown completes the action and ESC aborts it.

ITEM SELECTION SCREEN
Select the desired item by moving the lite bar up or down
and pressing the return/enter key.

You can select the Enter Cassette # or Enter Tape Title
option and then enter the number or title you desire to
have the program find the entry for you.

ITEM SELECTION SCREEN
Select the desired item by moving the lite bar up or down
and pressing the return/enter key.

You can select either the Enter Title or Cassette #
options and then enter the desired Cassette # or Title and
have the program find the entry for you.

PRINT OUTS
You can choose to print out only protions of your file, by
entering "C" for Criteria.

The program will enter All data in the file if you select
"A".

FIND ME!
This will help you Find! different tapes depending on your
needs.

Just select the field you wish Find! for and then what you
want it to equal. ie Category = B.

The program will Find! all that matches.

Not that case is not important, and Close 'Nuf is used.

CRITERIA
This will help you find different tapes depending on your
needs.

Just select the field you wish print for and then what you
want it to equal. ie Category = B.

The program will print all that matches.

Note that case is not important and Close 'Nuf is used
here.

PRINT OUTS
Print Outs:

A Listing provides the Cassette #,
Category Title & Artist.

A Catalog provides all information.

Side Labels: Gives you Tape Number,
Artist & Title plus all 3 user defined
fields. Uses 3 1/2" X 1 5/8" Audio
labels. Prints 2 labels per tape (Side
A & B).

Inserts: Prints out J Card Inserts for
all tapes selected.

Tune List: Will list all Tunes, Tape
Number and Artist. Unless you have
very few cassettes you will need a
Hard Drive or High Density Drive to
use this feature.

3X5 Cards: Gives you all information
printed on 3X5 pin fed cards.

Rolodex Cards: Gives you all fields,
except the Tunes, on pin fed rotary
index cards.

Kustom Listing: Allows you to build
your own print out. Simply choose the
first letter of the item (or use the
lite bar) you wish to include in your
print out. The computer will track the
number of characters you have left and
tell you if you go over 80. Hit Page
Down to start the printout or ESC to
abort.

UTILITIES OPTIONS
Title/Number/Artist/Category Order: Puts the file in one
of those orders.

Build For Speed: Allows the program to requence file in
the best order for speed.

Ghost Buster: Gets rid of extra spaces in the data file to
reduce the overall size of the file.

Default SetUp: Lets you change the Colours, Data Drive,
or File Name.

Printer SetUp: Lets you set the printer codes for the
program to match your equipment.

Shell To DOS: This lets you exit to DOS temporarily, type
Exit to return to CassetteMaster.

Upgrade To 7.40: Upgrades data files from versions prior
to 7.20. See READ1ST.DOC prior to using.

DEFAULT SETUP
Valid Colours Are:
N=Black B=Blue GR=Brown BG=Cyan
N+=Gray RB=Magenta R=Red W=White

{Adding a + To A Colour Will Make It High Intensity}

Authors Choice: W+: Text B: Background & Border
W+: Inputs R: Input Background

User #1: The field is 31 Charcters long.

User #2: The field is 29 Characters long.

User #3: The field is 5 Characters long.

Data Drive:
The drive where you will keep your data disk. ex A,B,C,D
etc. If you enter a 'Z' the program will create a new data
file for the person using the system.

File Name: Any valid file name except TEMP and NEWUSER.

Library Of: Enter your name as you want it to appear on

inserts and labels.

PRINTER SETUP
This allows you to customize the printer codes used by the
program. These codes can be found in your printer manual.
The codes that the program has when originally distributed
are for the Epson FX100.

You will need to know the code for 10 cpi (Pica), 12 CPI
(Elite), Enlarged, Condensed (17CPI) and Double High/Wide.
If your printer cannot handle double high/wide DON'T
PANIC, just leave it blank; the program will use Enlarged
for that entry.

You do not have to enter the ESC part of the code, the
program will add that automatically. You can enter the
letter ESC code or the number it does not matter: ie ESC
code 119 can be entered as "119" or "w". (Do not enter
any " "s!)

2 Wide refers to the option of printing the J Card Inserts
out 2 across. It saves paper, but some printers can not
handle it.

ASP OMBUDSMAN STATEMENT
This program is produced by Unicorn Software Limited, a
member of the Association Of Shareware Professionals
{ASP}. ASP wants to make sure that the shareware principle
works for you. If you are unable to resolve a shareware
related problem with an ASP member, ASP may be able to
help. The ASP Ombudsman can help you reslove a dispute or
problem with an ASP member, but does not provide technical
support for member's products. Please write to the ASP
Ombudsman at 545 Grover Road, Muskegon, MI 49442 or send a
message via CompuServe mail to ASP Ombudsman 70007,3536.

NEW USERS
Notice To New Users:

Shareware is a unique marketing system that allows you,
the User, to try a program to determine its value to you,
prior to paying for it.

You are granted a 30 day trial period to use this product.
After 30 days you must register, or stop using it. This
should allow you sufficient time to decide if you like the
software and if it will be useful to you. If you have
already registered with Unicorn Software Ltd., Thank You!

This is a User supported program. You are my best
distributor. Please give a copy of the program to
friends, upload it to local bulletin board systems, and
take a copy to your PC User's Group librarian.

Thank you for your support!

BENEFITS OF REGISTRATION
What you will recieve for registering:

1. The latest version of the program without
registration reminder screens on disk (5 1/4" or 3 1/2").

2. Technical support via phone, BBS, CompuServe or
mail.

3. A copy of Maestro! (See READ1ST.DOC for details).

4. Free CompuServe membership with $15 credit.

5. Notification of upgrades for new versions of the
program and other new releases from Unicorn Software Ltd.

6. Another disk of Unicorn Shareware to try.

7. A warm feeling that comes from knowing you did the
right thing and that you are helping Shareware work.

REGISTERING BY MAIL
A file called INVOICE.DOC is on the program disk. It
should be included regardless of where you obtained the
program from, if not the original program copy has been
altered and you should notify Unicorn Software about where
you obtained the program from.

The file contians all the information necessary to
register your own copy of this program. To print out the
form: Go to the DOS prompt, turn on your printer, then
type in the following line and press the Enter key:

COPY INVOICE.DOC PRN

Fill out the form and send it with your check or money for
the option you desire to the address on the form. There
is a $4 charge for Shipping and Handling charges that must
be included with the order.

You can also use your AMEX, Discover, MC or VISA card by
sending the form to the Public(software)Library at P.O.
Box 35705, Houston, TX 77235-5705.

REGISTERING BY PHONE
You can order this program with Amex, Discover, MC or Visa
from the Public(software)Library by calling 1-800-2424-PSL
or 1-713-524-6394 or by FAX at 1-713-524-6398, and by
CompuServe EMAIL at 71355,470. These numbers are for
orders only.

To insure you get the latest version, PsL will notify
Unicorn Software the day of your order and we will ship it
directly to you. Any questions about the status of the
order, registration options, product details, technical
support, dealer pricing, site and corporate licenses must
be directed to Unicorn Software Limited at 1-219-563-HOME.
You can also contact us by mail at P.O. Box 911 Wabash,
Indiana 46992-0911 or via CompuServe at 70272,3317.

DATA ENTRY SCREENS
A few tips:

Remember the title so User Defined fields can be changed
using the Default SetUp option (from the Utilities Menu).

F1 will provide you with the last tape number used and the
next missing number.

PageDown completes the action and ESC aborts it.

ITEM SELECTION SCREEN
Select the desired item by moving the lite bar up or down
and pressing the return/enter key.


The screen will then display the Cassette's Information.

FOUND!
Top: The very first tape meeting the Find Me!

Prev: The tape before this one.

Next: The next tape.

End: The very last tape meeting the Find Me!

ESC: Exit back to Find Me! selection screen.

CHANGE BOTTOM MENU
Top: The very first tape.

Prev: The tape before this one.

Next: The next tape.

End: The very last tape.

ESC: Exit back to selection screen.




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