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DAILY CALENDAR
VERSION 5.4
November, 1993



Elizabeth B. Copper
227 F Avenue
Coronado, CA 92118
Bulletin Board (619)-435-0036
Voice Message (619)-435-2687
























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Table Of Contents
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INTRODUCTION TO DAILY CALENDAR.............................2
REGISTRATION.............................................2
WARRANTY.................................................2
SUPPORT..................................................2
FROM THE AUTHOR..........................................3
FEATURES.................................................3
GETTING STARTED............................................4
CONFIGURATION..............................................5
Printer, video and backup configuration..................5
Calendar configuration...................................7
Modem configuration......................................7
Name and address configuration...........................8
RUNNING THE PROGRAM........................................8
DAILY CALENDAR OPERATION...................................8
CALENDAR CHOICE..........................................9
APPOINTMENTS.............................................9
PRINT...................................................12
SEARCH..................................................12
READ FILE...............................................12
TO DO LIST..............................................13
NAMES AND ADDRESSES.....................................13
MULTIPLE APPOINTMENTS/TO DO ITEMS.......................13
OTHER OPTIONS FROM MAIN MENU..............................15
NAME....................................................15
SET COLORS..............................................15
JUMP TO DOS.............................................15
DATABASE UTILITIES......................................16
FILE FUNCTIONS..........................................16
TEST PORT...............................................16
PRINTER MODE DEFAULT....................................17
QUIT....................................................17
NAMES AND ADDRESSES OPERATION.............................18
EDIT AND APPEND.........................................18
MAILING LABELS..........................................18
LISTS...................................................19
FORM LETTERS............................................19
BROWSE..................................................19
WORDPROCESSOR MERGE FILES...............................19
SEARCH..................................................19
CHANGE INDEX............................................20
NAME AND ADDRESS UTILITIES................................20
PACK....................................................20
ZAP.....................................................20
REINDEX.................................................20
SELECT ADDRESS DATABASE.................................20
COPY RECORDS TO A NEW DATABASE..........................21
APPEND RECORDS FROM ANOTHER DATABASE....................21
FIELD REPLACEMENT.......................................22

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NAME AND ADDRESS OTHER OPTIONS............................22
JUMP TO DOS.............................................23
FILL LAST NAME FIELD WITH COMPANY.......................23
REVERSE LAST NAME FILL..................................23
DUPLICATE RECORD CHECK..................................23
THE QUERY FUNCTION........................................23
HP LASERJET FUNCTIONS.....................................31
HISTORY...................................................32
ERRORS....................................................33
COMMON QUESTIONS..........................................33
PROBLEMS..................................................34
DIALING TROUBLE-SHOOTING..................................35
KEY COMMANDS..............................................36
DATABASE BACKUP STRATEGY..................................37
TRADEMARK ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.................................37
ADDENDUM, new features with Version 5.4...................38
Registration............................................38
Mouse support...........................................38
Backup Databases........................................38
To Do Database..........................................38
Programming.............................................38
Non-US dates, times and phone numbers...................38
New reporting function..................................38
REGISTRATION FORM.........................................40

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DAILY CALENDAR VERSION 5.4
Copyright 1993
Elizabeth Copper
November, 1993

INTRODUCTION TO DAILY CALENDAR

REGISTRATION:

If you obtained this software from a shareware distribution service, you
have paid only for the cost of distribution. You have not registered
it. Basic, individual registration is $40, with discounts as explained
in REGISTER.DOC

Daily Calendar is shareware, it is not free or public domain. If you use
it for more than thirty days, you are expected to register it. Use
beyond this period without registration violates a variety of laws, but
more importantly denies the author minimal, just compensation for the
software.

Complete registration information is found in the file REGISTER.DOC and at
the end of this documentation.

This program and associated documentation are the property of the author
and may not be sold without permission. The program may be freely
distributed, unaltered and as a unit, via electronic bulletin board
systems. Permission to distribute on diskette or in any other manner must
be obtained in writing.

WARRANTY:

The author does not guarantee this program to be free from defects and may
not be held responsible for loss caused by it. Your use of this program
constitutes your acceptance of these terms.

Users of Daily Calendar must accept this disclaimer of warranty: Daily
Calendar is supplied as is. The author disclaims all warranties, expressed
or implied, including, without limitation, the warranties of
merchantability and of fitness for any purpose. The author assumes no
liability for damages, direct or consequential, which may result from the
use of Daily Calendar.

This program is written and compiled with Clipper 5.2c from Computer
Associates, with third-party library support from the Professional
SuperFunctions Library by Gary Prefontaine, Clipport by David Hepler and

The NanForum 2.1 library by many authors.

SUPPORT:

Support is provided for registered and non-registered users through the
Bulletin Board (619)-435-0036 and voice message (619)-435-2687.
Bulletin Board support is the best way to get help. Call the board and


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leave a message. An answer will be posted within 36 hours. If you do
not have a modem or prefer call-back support, call the voice message
number. Every attempt is made to return these calls promptly, usually
within two days.

FROM THE AUTHOR:

I am a consultant who works for government and the private sector managing
a variety of projects. I needed a program that would allow me to log phone
calls, keep notes (at times extensive) about correspondence and phone
calls, maintain names and addresses and manage a to do list. DAILY
CALENDAR is the main tool I use in managing my office and my work, and I
use it to print appointment schedules, phone number lists, labels, form
letters, memos and lists of items to do.

DAILY CALENDAR is a daily diary and calendar, a name and address
database and a to-do list manager. It was written to permit tracking
projects, phone calls, letters, clients and accounts.

DAILY CALENDAR was written to be simple, easy and menu-driven. The
documentation is provided to give you a quick tour of the program. The
best way to see how it works is to use it and experiment with the
features.

FEATURES:

This program provides a daily calendar, to do list manager name and address
database, label, list and form letter utilities and an extensive ability to
query data for output. It is menu-driven and includes:

Daily appointment calendar - keeps appointments and prints calendars.
Allows entry of multiple appointments and unlimited text entry.

Extensive record-keeping ability - any amount of text can be added to any
calendar entry. This feature allows logging conversations, keeping records
and tracking projects and correspondence. Text can also be imported or
exported.

Text search ability - entries can be retrieved and assembled into a
document by seaching for key words or phrases.

To do list - manages a list of items by category, priority or date.

Dialer - can dial home or work numbers from within the daily calendar.

Name and address database - keeps names, phone numbers, birthdays and other
information at hand. Multiple databases can be created.

List manager - produces phone, address and other lists.

Form letters - produces field replacement form letters.



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Labels - produces mailing labels in a number of styles.

File manager - manages files on your hard disk, enabling easy import or
export of text.

Printer support - support for basic printing for 100 printers.

Word processor output - supports output to ASCII text files suitable for
use with any word processor. Also supports the creation of secondary merge
files for popular word processors.

Extensive data querying capability - data can be queried when building
lists, preparing form letters, printing labels and creating merge files.

GETTING STARTED:

Hardware requirements:

Daily Calendar requires an IBM-compatible machine with 512K to 640K
minimum memory, depending of DOS version. It runs with MS-DOS or PC-DOS
Versions 3.3 and higher, and with 4DOS and DR-DOS. A hard disk is
required. The program supports all types of monitors. On color
monitors, colors can be changed. On laptops, the program can run in
color or mono modes, with mono recommended for best viewing. A modem is
not required, but if present can be used to dial phone numbers. Modems
using the basic Hayes AT command set are supported, and modem commands
can be entered for non-standard modems.

Autoexec.bat and config.sys requirements:

The Daily Calendar uses a number of files and you MUST have a line in
your config.sys file that says files=75 to tell DOS that up to 75 files
can be open. (This program does not use 75 files, but this is a safe
number to give you adequate file handles for any software.) In addition,
to let the program know it can open its files you MUST have a line in
your autoexec.bat that says SET CLIPPER=//F75. If you do not understand
this paragraph or need help, call for support.

Path and append:

Do NOT set the DOS path or append command to include the Daily Calendar
directory. The program must be run from its own directory.

The escape key:

The escape key is the abort or go back key at almost
every point in the program. If you want out of an operation, hit
escape.

The F1 key:

F1 brings up help at many places in the program and you can write your


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own help screen or edit existing help by pressing Alt-F1 instead of F1.
If you press Shift-F1, you will see this documentation on screen.

Installation:

Copy the files into a new subdirectory. To make a new subdirectory,
from the DOS prompt type MD . Then type CD to change to
that directory. If you received this program in the ZIP archive form
(DAY54.ZIP) from a bulleting board, unzip the files into the new
directory. If you received it as the self-extracting archive in EXE
form (DAY54.EXE), copy the file to the subdirectory and type DAY54 to
extract the files.

CONFIGURATION:

After copying the files, type DAY from the DOS prompt. The program will
give you basic startup information and will then check your system
configuration.

Next, you will be presented with three configuration screens, shown below:

Printer, video and backup configuration:

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³ Enter printer port (NONE, LPT1-3, COM1, COM2): LPT1 ³
³ Enter backup interval in days: 7 ³
³ Do you want monochrome screens (Y/N)? N ³
³ Do you want calendars printed with headings (Y/N)? Y ³
³ Do you want blank times printed (Y/N)? Y ³
³ Do you want page breaks after each day (Y/N)? Y ³
³ Enter left margin (0-40): 5 and line length (40-254): 65 ³
³ Enter the page length in lines (0-100, 0=continuous): 59 ³
³ Pause after each printed page (Y/N)? N ³
³ Enter top margin in lines: 1 ³
³ Disable automatic backups (Y/N)? N ³
³ Current printer is None. Change it (Y/N)? N ³
³ ³
³ PRESS F1 FOR HELP ON ANY CONFIGURATION OPTION. ³
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If in doubt, select the default values. On the first screen, the options are:

Enter printer port (NONE, LPT1-3, COM1, COM2): Default LPT1. The port
to which your printer is attached. This is usually parallel port one
(LPT1). If you specify a printer port, the program will attempt to
initialize the printer each time it starts. If you have no printer or the
printer is turned off, you will receive an error message. If you do not
have a printer connected or do not plan to print anything select the

NONE option for the port to avoid the printer error message.


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Enter backup interval in days: Default 14 days. The program makes a backup
copy of your calendar, name and address and to do database. This option
selects how often it should make this copy.

Do you want monochrome screens (Y/N)? : Default NO. The program knows what
kind of monitor you have and will run in color or monochrome automatically.
This option is mainly for laptop users who want monochrome screens because
they are easier to see.

Do you want calendars printed with headings (Y/N)? : Default YES.
Calendars can be printed plain or with your name as a heading.

Do you want blank times printed (Y/N)? : Default YES. Calendars can be
printed with or without blank times included.

Do you want page breaks after each day (Y/N)? : Default YES. Calendars can
be printed one day per page or multiple days per page.

Enter left margin (0-40): Default 5 and line length (40-254): Default 65.
These options set the left printer margin and the line length in
characters. The right margin is the total of the two, or default 70. This
should be fine for most printers in draft, 10 characters per inch. If you
use compressed print, adjust the margins accordingly. The left margin and
line length for half-sheet notebook paper fed through a laser printer and
printed in compressed print are 35 and 68.

Enter the page length in lines (0-100, 0=continuous): Default 59. This
options sets the lines per page. If you enter 0, printing will be
continuous. The page length for half-sheet notebook paper fed through a
laser printer is 55.

Pause after each printed page (Y/N)? : Default NO. If you are feeding
paper manually, change this option to YES.

Enter top margin in lines: Default 1. Change this if you want printing
starting lower on the page. Do not use a top margin greater than 24 lines.

Disably automatic backups: Default No. Daily Calendar automatically
creates backups of your databases in a BAK subdirectory with your Daily
Calendar directory. The only reasons to disable this option are: your
disk space is very limited or you do not have read/write access to yoyr
disk when running on a network.

Current printer is : Default NONE. Change it (Y/N)? : Default NO. Use this
option to select a printer. If you answer YES to change printer, you will
be presented with a list of about 100 printers. Chose your printer or the
one that matches the list most closely. You will then be presented with
default printing options in type size and lines per inch for the calendar
functions and another choice for the name and address functions. You can
also change the default printing mode from either the calendar or name and
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Printer support is intended to provide basic output. If you need or want
multiple fonts, italics, bold, underline or other print enhancements, send
your output to a disk file and use your wordprocessor to add the extras.

HP LaserJet Printers: If you select the HP LaserJet II/III/IV printer
option, you will have advanced control of your printer available by
pressing Alt L. You will then see a menu that allows you to set pitch,
orientation, line height, etc.

Calendar configuration:

Your calendar may be a 24 hour calendar in one-hour increments or a
twelve hour calendar in half-hour increments, starting at any time you
choose. For most people, a twelve hour calendar beginning at 7:00 am or
8:00 am is a good choice. If you make the wrong choice, go to the main
menu, select Database Utilities and then the reset option to start over.

You may configure the calendar and times for US use (mm/dd/yy and AM/PM
times) or for NON-US use (dd/mm/yy and 0000-2300 times).

Modem configuration:

The next configuration screen installs the modem:

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³ Growler Software Inc. Modem Configuration ³
³ ³
³ This program provides dialing support with a few qualifications: ³
³ For US use, all phone numbers must be entered with the area code. ³
³ Your modem must be either Hayes-compatible or you must know modem ³
³ commands and your computer must accept simple dialing commands. ³
³ ³
³ When using the dialer or name pick list from the calendar, the ³
³ the program will write the person's name into the calendar entry. ³
³ Do you want their phone numbers written in as well (Y/N)? Y ³
³ Enter modem reset command: ATZ ³
³ Enter modem dialing prefix: ATDT ³
³ Enter modem initialization command: AT &F M1 X4 E0 S6=3 ³
³ Enter number for outside line (if any): ³
³ Enter prefix for long distance: 1 ³
³ Enter your local area code or 000 for non-US use: 619 ³
³ Enter communications port (NONE, COM1-4): COM1 ³
³ Enter modem command delay: 1.0 ³
³ PRESS F1 FOR HELP ON ANY CONFIGURATION OPTION. ³
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Modem and dialer configuration:

You do need to check which serial port your modem works through (usually
COM1 or COM2), and you do need to enter your area code, long distance
prefix and number, if any, to obtain an outside line. If you are going to
use your dialer, you must enter all phone numbers with the area code in the


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name and address database in the following format (XXX)-XXX-XXXX.

If your modem is configured as COM3 or COM4, DOS must be able to recognize
these ports for the dialer to work. This usually requires running a
separate utility program, even if your modem can be set to run as COM3 or
COM4 without running a separate program. A port testing option is included
in the program to be sure your printer and communications ports are
recognized and functioning. The port testing program will test LPT1
through LPT3 and COM1 through COM8. The program checks to be sure the
communications port is responding when starting and if you do not plan to
use the dialer, enter NONE for the port to avoid the error message.

You may select non-US phone use by entering 000 in the area code field.
This choice has the following consequences:

All phone numbers must be entered as they need to be dialed, with or
without area codes or country codes. You should change the long
distance prefix to a blank. If you have already entered numbers in US
format, they will still be in that format, but now all area codes
entered will be dialed. While you can change from US to non-US formats,
this option is intended as a one-time choice at installation to avoid
confusion in dialing.

The modem command delay is the number of seconds to wait between modem
commands. Many modems cannot handle multiple commands in rapid
succession, and this delay gives them time to process one command before
attempting another.

It is unlikely any modem will require more than 2 seconds and most will
work with the default delay.

Name and address configuration:

Enter your name and address. Your name will appear on calendars and
other printouts.

RUNNING THE PROGRAM:

DAILY CALENDAR OPERATION:

After answering the configuration questions, you will go to the main menu
screen. The choices are CALENDAR, OTHER and QUIT. Select an option by
typing the first letter of the choice or using the cursor keys to move left
and right.










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CALENDAR CHOICE:

As shown on the screen below, you have seven options under Calendar.

Calendar Other Quit
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³ Appointments ³
³ Print ³
³ Search ³
³ Read File ³
³ To Do List ³
³ Names and Addresses ³
³ Multiple Appointments/To Do Items ³
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APPOINTMENTS:

Takes you to a three month calendar, shown below:

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³ ³³ NOVEMBER 1993 ³ 700AM
³ Cursor keys to ³³ SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT ³ 730AM
³ navigate by ³³ 1 2 3 4 5 6 ³ 800AM
³ day and week. ³³ 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 ³ 830AM
³ ³³ 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ³ 900AM
³ ³³ 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 ³ 930AM
³PgUp +3 Months ³³ 28 29 30 ³ 1000AM
³PgDn -3 Months ³³ DECEMBER 1993 ³ 1030AM
³Home -1 Year ³³ SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT ³ 1100AM
³End +1 Year ³³ 1 2 3 4 ³ 1130AM
³ ³³ 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ³ 1200N
³Enter- Pick Time³³ 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ³ 1230PM
³Esc - Exit ³³ 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 ³ 100PM
³ ³³ 26 27 28 29 30 31 ³ 130PM
³F2 - Zoom Week ³³ JANUARY 1994 ³ 200PM
³F3 - Zoom Day ³³ SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT ³ 230PM
³F5 - Today ³³ 1 ³ 300PM
³F6 - Print Week ³³ 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ³ 330PM
³ ³³ 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ³ 400PM
³[     ] ³³ 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 ³ 430PM
³[ Select ] ³³ 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 ³ 500PM
³[ Quit ] ³³ 30 31 ³ 530PM
³ Daily Calendar ³³ ³ 600PM
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If you use the cursor keys to move from day to day, you will see your
appointments on the right. Hit enter to select a date and you will then
have the option of selecting the time you want.

Day display:

Press F2 (or AltZ) to zoom the appointments for the day to fill the


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screen. You may move the cursor to a time, hit enter and go to that
time.

Week display:

Press F3 (or AltW) to zoom the week. When in the week-at-glance
display, you may move the cursor to a day and time, hit enter and go to
the date and time. You may also cursor right to see three weeks ahead.
When in the week display, press Alt-P to print the week, beginning with
the day on which the cursor is placed.

Return to Today: Press F5 to return to today's date.

Print Week: Press F6 to print a seven day calendar beginning on the
selected day. This option only works with HP Laserjet selected as the
printer. It prints a nice shaded bar weekly calendar in landscape.

Hour display and editing screen:

After selecting a date and time, you will see the screen below. This is
the basic entry editing screen.

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At this screen, you may type as much as you wish, remembering that the
first twenty characters will show by the time when you are at the three
month calendar screen. It is usually best to type a name or location first
(DENTIST or Joe Smith, for example).

You may enter as much text as you wish (up to a practical limit of about
64K or 32 pages). The screen will scroll down as you type. Main editing
keys are the same as the Wordstar format, with Ctrl-Y deleting a line,
Ctrl-T deleting a word, Ctrl-B reformatting a paragraph, etc.

While on this screen, you have a number of options. If you press F1 for
help, you will see the choices. They are:

Esc - abort and abandon anything you typed.

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F7 - print this entry now. You will have a choice of making it a memo.

F6 - export entry to a text file. This option allows you to create an
ASCII text file from the entry that may be used with any word processor.
NOTE that if you have selected a name with the F2 option, pressing F6
will give you the choice of appending the information to the person's
name and address record. This allows you easily to track all contacts
with a person.

F5 - import a text file to an entry. This option allows you to import an
ACSII text file to the entry. Options are: loading a preset form created
with your word processor or exported from the Daily Calendar, attaching a
letter to the entry, etc. Documents must have been saved in your word
processor with the Save Text or Save DOS File option or they will contain
your word processor's control characters.

F4 - go to to-do list. Pressing F4 will take you directly to the to-do
list manager. This will allow you to create a to-do item as a result of an
appointment or phone call.

F3 - start/stop timer. This option is useful for timing phone calls or
simply stamping your entries with the exact time you made them. Pressing F3
starts the timer. Pressing F3 again stops the timer. When you stop the
timer, you will be prompted to enter keywords to assist in text retrieval.

F2/AltF2 - names. Pressing F2 pops up a screen of names and addresses,
shown below. Your choices are: F5 - dial work, F6 - dial home, F2 - lookup
name (type a letter to begin search), (spacebar) - transfer information
without dialing, Esc - quit. When you dial a person or transfer data by
pressng the spacebar, the person's name and phone numbers are written into
your daily calendar entry automatically.

If you press AltF2 instead of F2, you may add names to the name and address
database.


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³ Line: 1 Col: 0 | F2/AltF2 names | F3 start timer | F4 to do ³
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PRINT:

Brings up the screen below for printing calendars. You may print
tomorrow's calendar, the calendar for the current date or a calendar for
any specified range of dates.

SEARCH:

Brings up the following screen. Enter the name of the output file and
the words/strings to locate. The program will scan the database and
present you with each match. At each match, you may press F7 to save
the entry to the file, or Esc/F10 to proceed without saving. After
pressing F7, press Esc or F10 to find the next match. When done, the
file you have created will be ASCII text that may be used with any word
processor.

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³ Daily Calendar Search - Escape to Exit ³
³ The database contains records from / / to / / ³
³ ³
³ Enter filename for search results (Esc to exit): ³
³ ³
³ Enter words/strings to locate. Separate items with a semicolon (;) ³
³ for OR searches. You may enter as many as will fit in the space below.³
³ Words/strings: ³
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READ FILE:

Gives you a choice of all files in the current subdirectory. Choose one
from the list, press enter and it will appear on screen. The purpose of
this function is to allow you to view lists, calendars and search files
you have created to see if you have what you want.





















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TO DO LIST:

Brings up the to do list manager, which can also be entered from any
calendar entry screen by pressing F4.

The to do list screen is shown below. You may add, edit, print or delete
records and you may view or print them in different sorted orders.

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³ Call about Daily Calendar SOFTWARE 1 10/01/93 No ³
³ Pick up supply order ERRAND 2 10/09/93 No ³
³ Memo to John Smith LETTERS 3 12/05/93 No ³
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³Item: Call about Daily Calendar ³
³Category: SOFTWARE Priority: 1 Do By: 10/01/93 Done?: N ³
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³ | Esc quit | Spacebar edit | F10 append | F9 delete/recall | F8 edit memo ³
³ | F7 print | F6 print list | F5 filter | F4 order | F3 show deleted ³
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Press F1 for help on keystroke options:

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³ To Do Database Action Keys: ³
³ Esc (or Q) - Quit F7 - Print the current record ³
³ Spacebar (or enter or E) - Edit record F6 (or P) - Print to do lists/reports ³
³ F10 (or A) - Append a new record F5 (or F) - Set a filter ³
³ F9 (or D) - Delete/undelete a record F4 (or O) - Change index order ³
³ F8 (or M) - Edit memo F3 - Hide/show deleted records ³
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ

NAMES AND ADDRESSES:

Take you into the name and address database program. You may append,
edit and browse, and create lists, labels and form letters. This
program is entirely menu driven and very simple to use. The NAMES AND
ADDRESSES portion of the program is fully described later.



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MULTIPLE APPOINTMENTS/TO DO ITEMS:

Allows you to create repeating appointments and, if you choose,
corresponding to do items. First, pick the starting date and the time.
You will then be asked to enter the text for the appointment. To create
multiple to do items without corresponding calendar entries, leave this
blank.

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³ Enter appointment text or leave blank for multiple to do items alone: ³
³ ³
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Next, you will be asked to pick the appointment interval, as shown below:

ÚSelect Appointment IntervalÄÄ¿
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³Weekly ³
³Monthly ³
³Annually ³
³Every X days ³
³Every X weeks ³
³Every X months ³
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Next, you will be asked to enter the number of repetitions:

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Next, you will be asked if you want corresponding to do list items:

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³ Create corresponding to do items N ³
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If you say YES, you will see the following screen:

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³ To do item ³
³ Category ³
³ Priority ³
³ Days before/after (+/-) 0 ³
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The appointment text will appear in the to do item field. You may edit it
or change it as you wish. You may also enter the to do category and
priority. The last field, days before/after, allows you to create a to do
item with a do by date that is either before, after or the same date as the


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appointment. If you want to remind yourself to do something before an
appointment, enter a negative number (-7 for one week before). For
reminders after the appointment, enter a positive number (7 for one week
after). If you want the do by date to be the same as the appointment date,
enter 0.

OTHER OPTIONS FROM MAIN MENU:

The second group of choices from the main menu, OTHER, allows you to enter
your name and address, set colors, reconfigure the program, jump to DOS,
delete or copy databases, manage files, test ports or change the printer
mode default.


Calendar Other Quit
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³ Name ³
³ Set Colors ³
³ Reconfigure ³
³ Jump to DOS ³
³ Database Utilities ³
³ File Functions ³
³ Test Port ³
³ Printer Mode Default ³
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NAME:

Allows you to change the name you entered when configuring.

SET COLORS:

If you choose SET COLORS, you can choose simple or complex color
setting. Simple allows you to pick preset combinations and complex
allows you to change everything and create your own custom color sets.
If in doubt, Black & White will run on anything.

JUMP TO DOS:

If you JUMP TO DOS, remember to return to the same directory before typing
EXIT to return to the program.













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DATABASE UTILITIES:

The DATABASE UTILITIES options allow you to delete databases, reindex the
databases or reset the calendar start time. These choices affect the
calendar and to do databases, not the name and address database.

ÚSelect Action or EscapeÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³Zap the calendar database ³
³Zap the to do database ³
³Reindex the databases ³
³Copy the calendar database ³
³Copy the to do database ³
³Pack the to do database ³
³Reset the calendar start time³
³Delete a range of records ³
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FILE FUNCTIONS:

The FILE FUNCTIONS option gives you a file manager that can be used to
copy, move, delete, view or rename files.

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³ Growler Software - File Manager ³º Name ³ Size ³ Date ³ Time º
³ ³º.. ³>UP--DIR<³01/22/93³ 4:34pº
³ ³ºday cfg³ 8701³01/26/93³ 8:22aº
³ F2 - New drive ³ºday dbf³ 3823³01/26/93³ 8:26aº
³ F3 - View a file ³ºday dbt³ 6661³01/26/93³ 8:26aº
³ F4 - Edit a text file ³ºday exe³ 621568³01/21/93³11:22pº
³ F5 - Copy a file ³ºday msg³ 5535³01/21/93³11:22pº
³ F6 - Move or rename a file ³ºday ntx³ 2048³01/26/93³ 8:26aº
³ F8 - Create a new text file ³ºdaybak cfg³ 8701³01/26/93³ 8:22aº
³ F9 - Delete a file ³ºdayfix txt³ 125³01/26/93³ 8:22aº
³ F10 or Esc - Exit the File Manager ³ºemployee dfm³ 309³01/21/93³11:22pº
³ ³ºhelp dbf³ 2145³01/21/93³11:22pº
³ Current drive C: ³ºhelp dbt³ 60166³01/21/93³11:22pº
³ Current directory: ³ºhelp ntx³ 4096³01/26/93³ 8:22aº
³ \DAY ³ºhome lbl³ 1034³01/21/93³11:22pº
³ ³ºprinters dbf³ 40681³01/21/93³11:22pº
³ ³ºredbook dbf³ 931³01/26/93³ 8:22aº
³ ³ºredbook dbt³ 512³01/26/93³ 8:22aº
³ ³ºredcode ntx³ 2048³01/26/93³ 8:22aº
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³ ³º.. >UP--DIR< 01/22/93 4:34pº
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TEST PORT:

The TEST PORT option allows you to check your parallel and serial ports to
see if the program recognizes them. Remember when testing ports that a
device (printer or modem) must be attached to the port, turned on and on
line. When testing COM3 and COM4, you will have the option to initialize
them so DOS will recognize them. If you have a modem or printer installed
as COM3 or COM4, test the port first and initialize and retest it if it
shows not ready. If you are using another utility to intialize COM3 and/or
COM4, this should not be necessary.

The Daily Calendar writes to COM ports through low level DOS file
services. If you install your printer and your modem both as the same
COM port, you will have problems and probably bizarre results. If you
have COM3 and COM4 available in an add-on board or directly by setting
switches or jumpers on your modem to COM3 or COM4, DOS will probably not
recognize the additional ports unless you run a separate utility
program. (DOS only support COM1 and COM2. COM3 and COM4 support
involve a little trickery.) There are a number of utilities that enable
DOS to recognize COM3 and COM4. If you cannot find one or have
problems, call the support number (619-435-2687) and we will try to
help. DOS reports parallel ports ready if there is a printer attached
and on line or if there is no printer cabled to the port.

PRINTER MODE DEFAULT:

The PRINTER MODE DEFAULT option allows you to change the print mode for the
calendar functions.

QUIT:

The last option from the main menu is QUIT.

Calendar Other Quit
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NAMES AND ADDRESSES OPERATION:

The NAMES AND ADDRESSES choice takes you into the name and address database
program. You may append, edit and browse, and create lists, labels and
form letters. This program is entirely menu driven and very simple to use.

Names and Addresses Utilities Other Quit
ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³ Edit and Append ³
³ Mailing Labels ³
³ Lists ³
³ Read File ³
³ Form Letters ³
³ Browse ³
³ Wordprocessor Merge Files ³
³ Search ³
³ Change Index ³
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The address book in use is REDBOOK.DBF indexed on NAME

Entry screens are shown below.

EDIT AND APPEND:

Record entry screen:
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³ ³
³ Redbook Name and Address Database - Growler Software ³
³ ³
³ Last Name: No.: ³
³ First Name: ³
³ ³
³ Home Address: ³
³ City: State: Zip: ³
³ Home Phone: ( )- - FlagN (user numeric): ³
³ ³
³ Company: ³
³ Title: ³
³ Work Address: ³
³ City: State: Zip: ³
³ Work Phone: ( )- - Ext.: FAX: ( )- - ³
³ Email: Entry Date: / / Code: ³
³ Cellular: ( )- - ³
³ Birth Date: / / Spouse: ³
³ Children: ³
³ Comment: ³
³ | F5 Dial at work | F6 Dial at home | F7 Index order ³
³ | PgUp/PgDn - Prior/Next | CtrlPgUp/CtrlPdDn - First/Last | F2 Lookup ³
³ | Spacebar Edit | F10 Append | F9 Delete/Recall | F8 Edit Memo | Esc Exit ³
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MAILING LABELS:

Label definitions can be saved to disk, and you can customize label entries
easily. When entering field information, follow the instructions given.
You will probably want to edit inserted field data so that it formats
properly. Use the form TRIM(FNAME)+" "+TRIM(LNAME) to print the first and
last names separated by a single space. There are two sample label files
that shows how to use this syntax to produce home (HOME) and work (WORK)
address mailing labels. The samples are set for three-across labels and
should be printed in 10CPI, 6LPI print mode.

LISTS:

You can create any type of lists you want. Examples are phone number
lists, address lists, etc. You have two options, simple lists or
reports. Reports allow groupings and are more complex than simple
lists. Both are provided to give you more flexibility in output. You
can use the query option to select the records you want and you can
select records based on up to ten matches in the notes field. If you
print the memo field, it will print a line below the other items for the
record to avoid wrapping. List definitions can be saved to disk for
later use.

FORM LETTERS:

You can create form letters with field replacement of information. Help is
available from within the form letters utility and you can save forms to
disk.

BROWSE:

This option allows a tabular browse and edit of the name and address
database.

WORDPROCESSOR MERGE FILES:

This utility produces secondary merge files in WordPerfect, Microsoft Word
or Wordstar format. If you prefer to mailmerge from your word processor,
this utility will create the merge files of names, addresses, etc. you
need.

SEARCH:

Brings up the following screen. Enter the name of the output file and
the words/strings to locate. The program will scan the database and
present you with each match. At each match, you may press F7 to save
the entry to the file, or Esc/F10 to proceed without saving. After
pressing F7, press Esc or F10 to find the next match. When done, the
file you have created will be ASCII text that may be used with any word
processor.

This is the same search function you have in the calendar database, but


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here it searches the notes fields of the name and address database.

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³ Name and Address Search - Escape to Exit ³
³ The database contains records from / / to / / ³
³ ³
³ Enter filename for search results (Esc to exit): ³
³ ³
³ Enter words/strings to locate. Separate items with a semicolon (;) ³
³ for OR searches. You may enter as many as will fit in the space below.³
³ Words/strings: ³
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CHANGE INDEX:

The name and address database is indexed on name, code, number and
company. You can switch between these three indexes with this choice.
The index in use is shown at the bottom of the screen next to the name
of the database in use.

NAME AND ADDRESS UTILITIES:

Names and Addresses Utilities Other Quit
ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³ Pack - Remove Deleted Records ³
³ Zap - Remove ALL Records ³
³ Reindex ³
³ Select Address Database ³
³ Copy Records to a New Address Database ³
³ Append Records from Another Address Database ³
³ Field Replacement ³
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The address book in use is REDBOOK.DBF indexed on NAME

PACK:

This option permanently removes deleted records.

ZAP:

This option permanently removes ALL records.

REINDEX:

The REINDEX option rebuilds your index files.







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SELECT ADDRESS DATABASE:

The SELECT ADDRESS DATABASE option lets you switch from one address
database to another. You may have as many as you like, but only one
will be active at a time. The current address book is always shown at
the bottom of the screens.

COPY RECORDS TO A NEW DATABASE:

The COPY RECORDS TO A NEW ADDRESS DATABASE allows you to copy some or
all of the records in the current database to a new one or to create a
new, blank database. You may choose all records, query matches or tagged
records.

APPEND RECORDS FROM ANOTHER DATABASE:

The APPEND RECORDS FROM ANOTHER DATABASE allows you to add records to
one database from another. You will be asked what database to append to
and what database to append from. You can use this to bring records
into the name and address database from another dBASE III type database
by matching fields. You will then see the screens below:

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³ÚÄÄÄ[To Append Records:]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ First : Select the import file ³ ³
³³ Second: Match the fields ³ ³
³³ Third : Import the records ³ ³
³³ Quit ³ ³
³³ ³ ³
³³ Tag records to append ³ ³
³³ Build or modify query ³ ³
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³³[Import into:] REDBOOK ³³
³³[Import from:] ³³
³³[Filter type:] None ³³
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You will then be asked to match fields. If they are the same, just
press F10.

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³³ Target File Fields Append From Import Fields ³³
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³³ MARK => ³MARK ³³
³³ LNAME => ³LNAME ³³
³³ FNAME => ³FNAME ³³
³³ NUMBER => ³NUMBER ³³
³³ TITLE => ³TITLE ³³
³³ COMPANY => ³COMPANY ³³
³³ WADDRESS => ³WADDRESS ³³
³³ WCITY => ³WCITY ³³
³³ WSTATE => ³WSTATE ³³
³³ WZIP => ³WZIP ³³
³³ WPHONE => ³WPHONE ³³
³³ EXT => ³EXT ³³
³³ FAX => ³FAX ³³
³³ EMAIL => ³EMAIL ³³
³³ HADDRESS => ³HADDRESS ³³
³³ HCITY => ³HCITY ³³
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³³ < CR> Select Target Field IF FIELDS ARE THE SAME, JUST PRESS F10 NOW. ³³
³³ Type In Import Value Complex Import Value Menu ³³
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If you are appending from an address database you created in this program,
simply press F10 to complete the append. If you want to append from any
dBASEIII or Clipper database, this screen enables you to match up the
fields and translate them into proper format. This is a powerful option to
allow you to import databases created by other programs. If the other
database cannot be opened because it is an incompatible form, you will see
a message. This intelligent append works with dBASEIII and Clipper created
databases, but not with dBASEIV databases.

FIELD REPLACEMENT:

The FIELD REPLACEMENT option is a powerful tool to change the contents of
any fields in any databases. It was written to facilitate changing area
codes as new area codes go into service, but is can be used to replace all
or part of any field in any database, replacing all records or records
matching a query. If you choose this option, you will be presented with
screens to select the database, the field to replace, the choice of
building a query and the option to replace all or part of the field.







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NAME AND ADDRESS OTHER OPTIONS:

Names and Addresses Utilities Other Quit
ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³ Jump to DOS ³
³ Fill Last Name with Company ³
³ Reverse Last Name Fill ³
³ Printer Default Mode ³
³ Duplicate record check ³
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ

JUMP TO DOS:

You can JUMP TO DOS, as in the Calendar program.

FILL LAST NAME FIELD WITH COMPANY:

You can FILL LAST NAME FIELD WITH COMPANY. This option is useful if you
have only the company name and no first or last name entered. Filling the
last name field with the company name makes it easier to browse the
database.

REVERSE LAST NAME FILL:

You can REVERSE LAST NAME FILL. This option undoes the FILL LAST NAME WITH
COMPANY action.

DUPLICATE RECORD CHECK:

This option allows you to select the fields that are the basis of the
duplicate check, build an index of duplicates and then deal with
duplicate groups, taggging for copying or deletion.

THE QUERY FUNCTION:

The query builder is available when creating lists, copying records or
producing output. You will see an option that asks if you want all
rercords, tagged records or records matching the query. If you choose the
query option, you will enter the query builder.

The query builder allows you to define a condition which a record must meet
in order for the record to be included in the filter. While the query is
active, only the records that meet the condition you have specified will be
presented for viewing, editing, printing, etc. The other records in your
database are still there, but they are temporarily filtered out. When the
filter is turned off, all your records are available for use again.








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When you select the query builder, you will be presented with the following
menu:

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³ÚÄÄÄ[List Builder]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Pick fields to list ³ [Query Active] ³
³³ Modify fieldÚ[Online Query Builder]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Output list ³ ³ ³
³³ Save list de³ Build a new Query ³ ³
³³ Restore list³ Add to current query ³ ³
³³ Delete store³ Count matching records ³ ³
³³ Choose Print³ Zap (remove) existing Query ³ ³
³³ Quit ³ Save current Query to disk ³ ³
³ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄij Restore Query from disk ³ ³
³ ³ Delete stored queries ³ ³
³ ³ What is current Query ³ ³
³ ³ Edit current Query ³ ³
³ ³ View records matching Query ³ ³
³ ³ Quit ³ ³
³ ³ ³ ³
³ ³ Query Active ³ ³
³ÚCurrent FieldÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿³
³³ LNAME, ³³
³³ ³³
³³ ³³
³³ ³³
³À[ # of columns needed: 21]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ³
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ


























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How to build a query:

When you select Build a new Query, you will be presented with a list of the
fields in the database you are working with. Here is an example:

ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³ÚÄÄÄ[List Builder]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Pick fields to list ³ [Query Active] ³
³³ Modify fieldÚ[Online Query Builder]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Output list ³ ³ ³
³³ Save list de³ Build a new Query ³ ³
³³ Restore list³ Add to current query ³ ³
³³ Delete store³ Count matching records Ú[Database Field List]ÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Choose Print³ Zap (remove) existing Query³ < Deleted? > ³ ³
³³ Quit ³ Save current Query to disk ³ MARK ³ ³
³ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄij Restore Query from disk ³ LNAME ³ ³
³ ³ Delete stored queries ³ FNAME ³ ³
³ ³ What is current Query ³ TITLE ³ ³
³ ³ Edit current Query ³ COMPANY ³ ³
³ ³ View records matching Query³ WADDRESS ³ ³
³ ³ Quit ³ WCITY ³ ³
³ ³ ³ WSTATE ³ ³
³ ³ Query Active ³ WZIP ³ ³
³ÚCurrent FieldÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄij WPHONE ³ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿³
³³ LNAME,FNAME,TITLE,COMPANY,WADDRESS,WCITY,W³ HADDRESS ³ ³³
³³ ³ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄij ³³
³³ ³ ENTER to select ³ ³³
³³ ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ ³³
³À[ # of columns needed: 175]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ³
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ

Place the lite bar over the field you want, and press Enter to select the
field.

Note: the Deleted option allows you to work with records you may have
marked for deletion but have not yet purged from the database.

When you select a field, you will be asked if you wish to further define
the field you have selected. You will be asked:

Extend field LNAME with EXPRESSION BUILDER ?
No Yes

Expression builder:

The default answer in No. In most cases, this is what you will want. If you
have some particular need to further refine the selection of data in the
field you have chosen, you can answer Yes.

If you answer Yes, you will be presented with a menu of choices appropriate
to the type of field you have selected, i.e., character, numeric, date,
logical, or memo field.


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Here are the choices if the field type is character:

E X P R E S S I O N B U I L D E R

QUIT and return current expression
TEST against database (WYSIWYG)
UNDO last change
HELP help with expression builder
EXTRACT subset or rearrange
JUSTIFY left right centered
CASE uppercase lowercase proper
MOVE spaces to end of string
ADD or imbed characters
SUBSTITUTE one value for another
DIFFERENT change to date or numeric


Select QUIT to leave the expression builder.

Select TEST to test your expression against the current database.

Select UNDO to undo your most recent change while using the expression
builder.

Select HELP for brief help on using the expression builder.

Select EXTRACT if you wish to work with only those records that contain a
desired portion of the data in the character field. For example, assume the
character field you have selected contains a ten character code, and you
want to work with only those codes that contain A99 in the first three
spaces. You could select EXTRACT, then Left 3 characters on the next
screen. The query expression would become LEFT(ITEM,3).

After Quitting to the next screen, you would specify EXACTLY EQUAL TO, and
then A99. If you then Viewed records matching the Query, you would see
only records which contained A99 in the first three spaces of the item code
field.

When you return to the main menu, the query expression will be displayed in
the Status box at the bottom of the screen to remind you that the only
records that are active are those which meet the query expression.

Select JUSTIFY if you wish the right justified, left justified, or centered
field data to match some value you are going to specify. An example of a
situation in which you might use this capability would be where you suspect
blank spaces might have been entered in the field, e.g., " A99" instead of
"A99". By specifying left justified here, and specifying EXACTLY EQUAL TO
A99 at the next screen, you will get all the A99 records, even those where
blanks might have been entered by mistake at the beginning of the field.\

Select CASE if you wish the upper-cased, lower-cased, or properized (first
letter capitalized) field data to match some value you are going to specify


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in the next step.

Select MOVE to move all spaces, or all but single spaces to the end of a
string. For example:

"Merry Christmas to all" becomes "Merry Christmas to all " if you move
all but single spaces to the end, and "MerryChristmastoall " if you
move all spaces to the end.

Select ADD if you wish to add or imbed particular characters in the query
expression in order to compare that expression to some value you will
specify in the next step.

Select SUBSTITUTE if you want to have the filter substitute one string of
characters for another string so that appropriate matching can take place
against some value you will specify in the next step.

Select DIFFERENT if you wish to have the filter convert characters to
numeric or date format so that appropriate matching can take place against
some value you will specify in the next step.

Other appropriate options for expression building are presented when you
select a numeric, date, logical, or memo field.

The basic idea is that the expression builder allows you to further define
the field data you want to match some value you are going to specify in the
next step.



























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Whether you have used the Expression Builder or not, the next step in
defining your query is presented with the following menu if the field you
are working with is a character field:

ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³ÚÄÄÄ[List Builder]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Pick fields to list ³ [Query Active] ³
³³ Modify fieldÚ[Online Query Builder]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Output list ³ ³ ³
³³ Save list de³ Build a new Query ³ ³
³³ Restore list³ Add to current query ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Delete store³ Count matching records ³= (EXACTLY EQUAL TO) ³ ³
³³ Choose Print³ Zap (remove) existing Query³<> (NOT EQUAL TO) ³ ³
³³ Quit ³ Save current Query to disk ³< (LESS THAN) ³ ³
³ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄij Restore Query from disk ³> (GREATER THAN) ³ ³
³ ³ Delete stored queries ³<= (LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO) ³ ³
³ ³ What is current Query ³>= (GREATER OR EQUAL TO) ³ ³
³ ³ Edit current Query ³$ (CONTAINS) ³ ³
³ ³ View records matching Query³!$ (DOES NOT CONTAIN) ³ ³
³ ³ Quit ³?* (WILDCARD MATCH) ³ ³
³ ³ ³S (IS SIMILIAR TO) ³ ³
³ ³ Query Active ³B (BEGINS WITH) ³ ³
³ÚCurrent FieldÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄijE (ENDS WITH) ³ÄÄÄ¿³
³³ LNAME,FNAME,TITLE,COMPANY,WADDRESS,WCITY,W³ ³ ³³
³³ ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ ³³
³³ ³³
³³ ³³
³À[ # of columns needed: 175]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ³
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ

What you are being asked to do here is to tell the query builder how you
want the field data (or the expression you defined in the expression
builder) to be compared to some value.

For example, if the field you selected is LNAME, you can tell the query
builder here that the field contents must be exactly equal to SMITH, that
the field contains JONES, that the field contents begin or end with some
value, etc.

Similar appropriate options for field content comparisons are presented
when you select a numeric, date, logical, or memo field.













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When you have finished defining the query expression for the field you
selected, you will be presented with the following choices:

ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³ÚÄÄÄ[List Builder]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Pick fields to list ³ [Query Active] ³
³³ Modify fieldÚ[Online Query Builder]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Output list ³ ³ ³
³³ Save list de³ Build a new Query ³ ³
³³ Restore list³ Add to current query ³ ³
³³ Delete store³ Count matching records ³ ³
³³ Choose Print³ Zap (remove) existing QueryÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Quit ³ Save current Query to disk ³ DONE ³ ³
³ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄij Restore Query from disk ³ AND ³ ³
³ ³ Delete stored queries ³ OR ³ ³
³ ³ What is current Query ³ AND NOT ³ ³
³ ³ Edit current Query ³ OR NOT ³ ³
³ ³ View records matching QueryÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ ³
³ ³ Quit ³ ³
³ ³ ³ ³
³ ³ Query Active ³ ³
³ÚCurrent FieldÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿³
³³ LNAME, ³³
³³ ³³
³À[ # of columns needed: 21]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ³
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ

If you are done, select DONE and you will be returned to the main query
builder menu. If you wish to include other field specifications in the
query expression, you can select one of the other options, as appropriate,
and repeat the same procedure as above.

For example, say your query expression at this point is something like
LNAME = "SMITH", and you wanted to work with only those SMITHs who live in
California. Assuming your database contains a two character STATE field,
you would:

1. select AND instead of DONE.
2. select STATE from the field list.
3. select EXACTLY EQUAL TO or CONTAINS (CONTAINS is often better)
4. enter CA for the state name.
5. select DONE.

Your query expression now contains the appropriate references to both
fields.

When you have created your query expression, Query Active will flash on the
screen. You can now Quit the query builder and return to the main menu, or
select another option from the query builder menu.

If you Quit, you will return to the main menu where the query expression
will be displayed in the Status box at the bottom of the screen to remind


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you that the only records that are active are those which meet the query
expression. You can toggle the filter (query expression) off by selecting
Filter again from the main menu.

The other query builder menu options are fairly self-explanatory.

One of these options, Edit current Query, allows you to modify the query
expression yourself. Any valid dBase or Clipper function may be used. For
example, if you wanted to specify the trim (field data stripped of any
trailing blanks) of a character field called LNAME, you could edit the
query expression to include TRIM(LNAME).

Querying memo fields:

The NOTES field is a memo field and if you query it, you will see the
screen below:

You may choose CONTAINS, IS EMPTY or IS NOT EMPTY.

ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³ÚÄÄÄ[List Builder]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Pick fields to list ³ [Query Active] ³
³³ Modify fieldÚ[Online Query Builder]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Output list ³ ³ ³
³³ Save list de³ Build a new Query ³ ³
³³ Restore list³ Add to current query ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Delete store³ Count matching records ³$ (CONTAINS) ³ ³
³³ Choose Print³ Zap (remove) existing Query³E (IS EMPTY) ³ ³
³³ Quit ³ Save current Query to disk ³N (IS NOT EMPTY) ³ ³
³ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄij Restore Query from disk ³ ³ ³
³ ³ Delete stored queries ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ ³
³ ³ What is current Query ³ ³
³ ³ Edit current Query ³ ³
³ ³ View records matching Query ³ ³
³ ³ Quit ³ ³
³ ³ ³ ³
³ ³ Query Active ³ ³
³ÚCurrent FieldÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿³
³³ LNAME,FNAME,TITLE,COMPANY,WADDRESS,WCITY,WSTATE,WZIP, ³³
³³ ³³
³³ ³³
³³ ³³
³À[ # of columns needed: 175]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ³
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ










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If you choose CONTAINS, you will then see the next screen below. You may
now enter up to ten words or items separated by the semicolon. The query
will then separate records that contain any one (or more) of the words or
items in the NOTES field.

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³ÚÄÄÄ[List Builder]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Pick fields to list ³ [Query Active] ³
³³ Modify fieldÚ[Online Query Builder]ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ ³
³³ Output list ³ ³ ³
³³ Save list de³ Build a new Query ³ ³
³³ Restore list³ Add to current query ³ ³
³³ Delete store³ Count matching records ³ ³
³³ Choose Print³ Zap (remove) existing Query ³ ³
³³ Quit ³ Save current Query to disk ³ ³
³ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄij Restore Query from disk ³ ³
³ ³ Delete stored queries ³ ³
³ ³ What is current Query ³ ³
³ ³ Edit current Query ³ ³
³ ³ View records matching Query ³ ³
³ ³ Quit ³ ³
³ ³ ³ ³
³ ³ Query Active ³ ³
³ÚCurrentÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿³
³³ LNAME,³Where NOTES Contains ³ ³³
³³ ³ ³ ³³
³³ ³Use ; to separate multiple items to check ³ ³³
³³ ³i.e. Ralph;Fred;Joe;Eddie - up to 10 items ³ ³³
³À[ # of ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ³
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ

The query builder is a very powerful, flexible tool and can be used to
produce labels, letters or lists with just the records you want.

HP LASERJET FUNCTIONS:

If you select the HP Laserjet II/III/IV, you will see the following message:
ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³ You will have advanced control of your HP LaserJet ³
³ available whenever you print by pressing Alt L. This will ³
³ bring up a menu to allow you to reset lines per inch, ³
³ characters per inch, portrait or landcape, manual feed and ³
³ tray selection. The default printing modes will stay in effect ³
³ unless you press Alt L to change printing modes. ³
³ ³
³ Press a key... ³
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ

If you press Alt L from within the program, you can change print modes on
your Laserjet printer. The menu below will pop up and you can select the
item you want. If you need to select multiple items, press Alt L again for
each choice.


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Calendar Other Quit
ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÚHP LaserJet Utilities - Esc to exit¿
³Appointments ³Reset laser printer ³
³Print ³Form feed ³
³Search ³Number of copies ³
³Read File ³Portrait ³
³To Do List ³Landscape ³
³Names and Addresses³Simplex ³
³Multiple Appointmen³Duplex - Vertical binding ³
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄijDuplex - Horizontal binding ³
³Select current tray ³
³Manual envelop feed ³
³10 cpi pitch ³
³4 lines/inch ³
³5 lines/inch ³
³6 lines/inch ³
³8 lines/inch ³
³10 lines/inch ³
³12 lines/inch ³
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ

HISTORY:

Version 3.0 - First commercial release. Written and compiled with Clipper
5.0

Version 3.1 - Enhancement and bug fix. Written and compiled with Clipper
5.01.

Version 3.2 - Checks to see if COM ports are active, enhanced critical
error handler, new function to check if index files are current. Also
added intelligent append, mailmerge file creator and structure modification
utility.

Version 3.2B - Added feature to initialize COM3 and COM4 if needed. Fixed
calendar printing error. Added a memory check diagnostic (press Ctrl-F1)
for users who might have memory concerns. Changed designation of SET
CLIPPER command to deal with Clipper 5.01's need to see this environment
string as SET CLIPPER=//F75.

Version 4.0 - Added a variety of features, including configuration
checking, view notes in calendar entries, etc.

Version 4.1 - A maintenance upgrade to reflect the new version of
Clipper and fix bugs. Also added a new "item" index to the to do
database.

Version 5.0 - A major rewrite that uses 20K less memory. Dialer now
works through low level file calls rather than by shelling to DOS,
requiring about 60K less memory for dialing. Added Number field to
names and addresses, added indexes to names and addresses and to do
databases.


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Version 5.3 - Released July, 1993.

Version 5.4 - Released November, 1993. See ADDEENDUM below for
highlights of new features.

FOR ANY PROBLEMS OR ERRORS, please call the voice support number,
619-435-2687 or the bulletin board, 619-435-0036. You will receive a
call back and prompt help.

ERRORS:

The program traps critical errors (DOS and system errors). If one of these
occurs and the problem is not immediately apprarent (tried to write to an
invalid drive, a write-protected disk, etc.), you will see any error
screen. Print this screen with Shift-PrScr and call the support number
(619-435-2687). If an error occurs, two files will be written to disk,
CLIPn.ERR and CLIPn.MEM. These files contain error information.

A sample error screen is shown below:

ɵError: TERM/2014ÆÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ»
º Code 20: Create error (retry 2) º
º Filename: b:junk.PRN º
º Called from: SET (0) º
º PORF (1307) º
º PRN_GCAL (497) º
º DAY (150) º
º Please notify the developer of this error. º
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COMMON QUESTIONS:

Q. My calendar starts at 3:00 am, how do I change it?

A. Selecting start time is a one time only choice at installation. If
you skip past it accidentally or need to change it, you must choose the
RESET CALENDAR START TIME option from the database utilities option.

Q. The program is nearly 700,000 bytes. Don't I need 600K of
free memory to run it?

A. No. The program has a load size of 332K, which means that you should
have no problem running it on a machine with 640K of memory and probably
can run it on a machine with 512K of memory. The reason the program
file is so large is because this file contains all the overlay files
which are often separate files in other programs. If you are low on
memory because you have a number of terminate and stay resident (TSR)
programs loaded, you will see an error warning. If want to see how much
memory is free after loading, press Ctrl-F1, which gives you a listing
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If you receive a LOW MEMORY warning, you may need to check to see how
many terminate-and-stay-resident (TSR or popup) programs you have, how
large a disk cache is installed or whatever other memory-consuming
options you have installed.

Q. Why are there only about 100 printers listed? Mine isn't.

A. The printers listed are those that contain basic command sets that
enable the programs basic printer support. You shoud choose the printer
closest to the one you have. As an example, if you have a Panasonic
printer, the Panasonic K-XP1091 choice will most likely work.

If you have a Panasonic 1124, it runs in a default Epson LQ mode, and the
Epson LQ choice would be right. If you have a Hewlitt Packard Laserjet+,
II, III, IIP or IIIP, the Laserjet +/II/III choice will work.

Most newer printers have emulation mode that make them operate as Epsons if
they are dot matrix and as Laserjet IIs if they are laser printers. This
is much better standardization than used to exist, and if your printer will
emulate and Epson FX or LQ or a Laserjet II, you can be guaranteed the
program will work right.

Many older printers are included in the list because their commands were
not standardized and they rarely had emulation modes. They are included
because there are a lot of them still in use.

Remember that the program does not provide support for all the fonts and
features your printer may offer. If you want to use these features, simply
output your text to file and use your wordprocessor to add the
enhancements.

Q. This program doesn't work right on my good old AMSTRAD/TANDY/AT&T/etc.

A. The program requires a high degree of IBM compatibility for video
display because it writes directly to the screen. The program supports all
IBM video modes, but some older, non-IBM equipment did not handle direct
screen writes in an IBM manner. If you have problems, call the support
number. In general, if you can run newer software satisfactorily without
install special video drivers, DAILY CALENDAR should run as well.

PROBLEMS:

Unexplained errors - "cannot open file xxx", "out of environment". Check
your config.sys file for a line that says files=75 and check your
autoexec.bat file for a line that says SET CLIPPER=//F75.

Not enough memory error - The actual load size of the program is 332K. The
program has been tested and runs on 512K - 640K machines running under DOS
3.X, 4.01 and 5.0. If you see this error, check to see how many terminate
and stay resident (TSR) programs are loaded. If you have a number of them,
you may not have 415K of free memory. Reduce the number of TSRs and try
again. If this fails, call 619-435-2687 with the following information


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in hand: machine type, total RAM, TSRs in use, DOS version.

Crashes - If the program crashes, look for a message at the top line of the
screen or if you are thrown out to DOS, look for a message above the DOS
prompt. Write down any messages you see and call the support number or
the Bulletin Board. You may also see a screen like the one below. If
this happens, try to PrtScr the screen or write down the information.
Then call the support number.

Printers - The printer support is not intended to take advantage of every
font and feature your printer has, but is to enable you to produce basic
printed output from the program. If you need fancy features, output to a
text file and use your word processor to add the fine touches. The printer
database does not include every printer ever made, but has enough choices
to make it unlikely that your printer will not work.

Port conflicts, COM3 and COM4 problems - The Daily Calendar writes to COM
ports through DOS BIOS services. If you install your printer and your
modem both as the same COM port, you will have problems and probably
bizarre results. If you have COM3 and COM4 available in an add-on board or
directly by setting switches or jumpers on your modem to COM3 or COM4, DOS
will probably not recognize the additional ports unless you run a separate
utility program or initialize the ports from the port test function. (DOS
only support COM1 and COM2. COM3 and COM4 support involve a little
trickery.) There are a number of utilities that enable DOS to recognize
COM3 and COM4. In addition, the port test function allows you to
initialize COM3 and/or COM4 before testing. If you have problems, call the
support number (619-435-2687) and we will try to help.

DIALING TROUBLE-SHOOTING:

Problem: Dialing function does not work.

Solution: If you are using a version of DAILY CALENDAR earlier than
Version 5.4, call the support number and we will send you the new version.
Version 3.2B and later versions have enhanced modem and port checking.

Modems are anything but standard and the following are the most typical
problems encountered:

Port checking has been disabled. Press Alt-Q to turn it on. The hot key
to disable/enable port checking was included for laptop users who did not
want errors when the program tried to check non-existent printers and modems.
When you press Alt-Q, you will see a message telling you whether port
checking is ENABLED or DISABLED. It needs to be ENABLED for dialing to work.

The modem set-up string is not correct. In the configuration, you need to
specify three strings to be sent to your modem. The first is the modem reset
command (ATZ) for Hayes-compatible modems. The second is the modem dialing
command, ATDT for touch-tone lines and ATDP for pulse-only lines. The third
is the modem initialization string. This should be in your modem manual.
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installation. These are generic Hayes AT command set strings and will work
with 90% of modems. On some modems, you may need to add &F &C1 &D1 to
the beginning of the set-up string.

The modem command delay is too short. Some modems require as much as
three seconds to process commands. You can set the modem command delay
in the configuration. The default value should be adequate for most
modems.

The wrong communications port is selected. In the configuration, you need
to specify what COM port your modem is connected to, and this is usually
COM1 or COM2. For many internal modems, it is COM3, and this is a special
case. For internal modems configured as COM3, run the port test option from
the "Other" option of the main menu. For COM ports above COM2, you will
have the option to test or to initialize and test. Try just testing first.
If this does not work, try initializing and testing. If you install your
modem as COM3-COM8, the program will automatically initialize the port when
you start the program.

The problems with dialing lie with DOS and modems, not the DAILY CALENDAR
program, which was written to dial by using the simplest DOS calls to dial
out, specifically to avoid as many modem problems as possible.

If all else fails, call the support number and we will help you. In the most
extreme cases, we have had to read the modem manual over the phone to find
the right commands, but we have never failed to put the dialing feature
into operation. Modems are anything but standard and we are happy to help
you get yours working.

KEY COMMANDS:

These commands work anywhere within the program:

F1 - Calls help, which is available at many points.

Shift F1 - Brings documentation up on screen.

Ctrl F1 - Memory check if you think you have memory problems.

Alt F3 - Simple calculator.

Alt L - Advanced LaserJet II/III control.

Alt T - Pop up to do list.

Ctrl Q - Toggles port checking. If you do not want the printer or
modem ports checked and initialized, press Ctrl Q. You will
see a message that port checking is disabled. To enable
checking, press Ctrl Q again. You will see a message that port
checking is ENABLED and the program will then initialize your
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Ctrl S - Saves a screen to a file. You are asked for a filename and
the last filename you used this session is remembered. If you
use the same filename or choose an existing filename, the
screen will be appended to the end of the file.

DATABASE BACKUP STRATEGY:

Backup Databases:

Daily Calendar assumes you rely on your data. You have a choice in
configuration to set a backup interval and the more you rely on the
program, the shorter the interval should be. The time to backup
databases is usually only twenty to thirty seconds, but with large
databases and/or slow machines (less than 386SX), this time may increase
to one or two minutes. Whatever the time, it pays to set a backup
interval that is short. For most users, three or four days is adequate,
but if you live and die by this program, set the interval to one day.

The backup routine creates copies of you calendar, primary name and
address and to do database. Each database consists of two files, a DBF
file and a DBT file. The DBF file hold the record information and the
DBT file holds text you have entered. Both files are required for the
program to work. The calendar database consists of DAY.DBF and DAY.DBT,
and their backups are DAYBAK.DBF and DAYBAK.DBT. The primary name and
address database consists of REDBOOK.DBF and REDBOOK.DBT, and their
backups are REDBAK.DBF and REDBAK.DBT. The to do database consists
of TODO.DBF and TODO.DBT, and their backups are TODOBAK.DBF and
TODOBAK.DBT. The backup process also helps compress databases by
rewriting databases and recreating index files.

Restoring Corrupted Databases:

Database corruption can be caused by turning off the machine while the

program is running or by hard disk errors. Other causes are unlikely.
If you have a corrupted file, you will be exited to DOS. To restore
from backups, delete the database in question (DAY.DBF/DAY.DBT,
REDBOOK.DBF/REDBOOK.DBT, TODO.DBF/TODO.DBT) and start the program over.
The program will detect the missing database and ask if you want to
restore it from the backup. Remember that the backup contains only the
information present when the last backup was made, and if you have a
long backup interval, you will be missing your most recent data.

TRADEMARK ACKNOWLEDGMENTS:

Trademark and corporate names are used in this documentation and these are
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ADDENDUM, new features with Version 5.4:

Registration:

Daily Calendar now displays UNREGISTERED EVALUATION COPY on unregistered
copies. This has become necessary because a large number of users who
bought disks from software distribution services thought they had
registered the program.

When you register, you will receive a registration code that will write
your name into the program. The new registration policy is that a
one-time registration covers all future upgrades to Daily Calendar.
Upgrades may be obtained from the Daily Calendar BBS at (619)-435-0036,
from other bulletin boards carrying Daily Calendar or from software
distribution services.

Mouse support:

Nearly all functions can be operated by mouse now. Mouse hot spots are
areas of the screen enclosed in square brackets (e.g.: [Enter Esc]) or
where there is text explaining keystrokes.

Backup Databases:

Version 5.4 now backs up all databases to the BAK subdirectory of the
Daily Calendar directory. Backups are made automatically at the
interval specied in configuration or are made on demand by selecting the
Backup Databases option from Other on the main menu.

To Do Database:

A filter can now be set on the to do databases based on whether the item
is completed or not (DONE=Yes or DONE=No).

Programming:

Version 5.4 was written and compiled with Clipper 5.2c and many sections
of the program were rewritten to improve speed and to conform with new
Clipper standards.

Non-US dates, times and phone numbers:

You now have the choice of dd/mm/yy dates instead of mm/dd/yy dates, of
0000-2300 times instead of 1200 Midnight-1100PM times and of supressing
US area code format for open entry of international numbers. These
choices can be made during installation or for phone numbers by
selecting the reconfigure option and for dates and times by selecting
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New reporting function:

When choosing lists from the name and address screen, you now have the
choice of simple lists or reports. The simple lists options is the same
as in previous versions, and the reports options allows you to limit
field widths, group and subgroup categories and total the numeric field
provided.















































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Version 5.4, November, 1993

REGISTRATION FORM:

Daily Calendar
Elizabeth Copper
227 F Avenue
Coronado, CA 92118
Bulletin Board (619)-435-0036
Voice Message (619)-435-2687

TO REGISTER:

Print this form, complete it and send it with $40 to the address above.
PLEASE MAKE THE CHECK PAYABLE TO ELIZABETH COPPER. Please use this for
or be sure to let us know you are registering Version 5.4.

Name (as you wish it to appear in registration)______________________

_____________________________________________________________________

Address______________________________________________________________

City______________________________________State_____Zip______________

Phone________________ Is 3«" HD disk size OK? ___Yes ___No, send 5¬" HD

Registered users will receive the latest version of the Daily Calendar,
your personal registration code, special registered user access to the
Bulletin Board and reduced prices on other Growler Software products.

Pricing:

Single user..........................................$ 40.00

Single user, government and education................$ 35.00

Multiple copies:

2 - 5 copies......................................$ 35.00 each

6 - 10 copies.....................................$ 30.00 each

11 - 50 copies.....................................$ 25.00 each

51+ copies.........................................$ 20.00 each


Government and education multiple copies, 10% off prices above.





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