Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : INVHOME.ZIP
Filename : SOFTWARE.DOC

 
Output of file : SOFTWARE.DOC contained in archive : INVHOME.ZIP
Look for the following shareware on this BBS

VGAPAL.ZIP - customize up to 4 VGA text color palettes, choosing from more
than 2600000 colors! (And see how many you can actually discern!).
One palette can be used to create a small (2k) TSR program that
maintains your chosen scheme. Alternatively, you can set any of
the palettes, or a grey-scale scheme, from a non-TSR if
memory is a problem.


FLDDIR4.ZIP - double-column non-scrolling directory display that
highlights new files, flags system, hidden and read-only files,
and optionally shows the "dead" space on disk associated with
each file.

ADR50.ZIP - address and telephone number filer, and label maker. Suitable
for personal databases or for small clubs etc. Ideal for finding
telephone numbers quickly.

SPCEINF6.ZIP - shows graphically hard disk space installed, used and free,
for all drives; second program shows graphically space on
designated drive (including floppy), and reports on installed
and available RAM, including XMS and EMS memory.

FLVIEW2.ZIP - file viewer for WordPerfect 4.2 and above, ASCII and Word (DOS
and Windows); includes text search, printing full or partial
file, etc.

MTG.ZIP - quick and dirty mortgage calculator, American and Canadian styles of
calculation.

INV.ZIP - home inventory list program - keep track of how much
you're really worth!

IF YOU DO NOT FIND ANY OF THESE, LEAVE ME A MESSAGE!

CIS 70574,3457
BITNET [email protected]

Malcolm Drury
Windmill Software
11 Adele Crescent
Nepean
Ont. K2J 2T7
CANADA


  3 Responses to “Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : INVHOME.ZIP
Filename : SOFTWARE.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.

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