Dec 292017
 
Meal Master recipe conversion program for most other formats such as Quikbook and CHEF. Several other great utilities included. This is a must if you download recipes from the mail conferences.
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Meal Master recipe conversion program for most other formats such as Quikbook and CHEF. Several other great utilities included. This is a must if you download recipes from the mail conferences.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
MARKIT.DOC 1432 741 deflated
MARKIT.EXE 21219 11338 deflated
MMCONV.EXE 53115 25475 deflated
MMCONV15.DOC 21230 7661 deflated
MMSORT.DOC 5276 2229 deflated
MMSORT.EXE 34251 14753 deflated
MSGSPLIT.DOC 1452 571 deflated
MSGSPLIT.EXE 17419 9346 deflated

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Contents of the MARKIT.DOC file



My first paid shareware customer proposed a problem. She has a
recipe database that won't import. But she has lots of recipes in it.
She would like to convert to MM for its added features. MMCONV would help
with this. However the package does not have headers or footers. She
would have to provide --MM and --- on lots of recipes. She provided a
sample output of two recipes.

Based on her sample output, it appears that each recipe has two spaces
between it and the next. And that this does not occur within a recipe.

MARKIT is provided to put --MM and --- to delineate such recipes
automatically. If nothing else, you just have to go through and remove
extra markers rather than typing a bunch in.

If you have a lot of recipes to mark, putting the double blank lines
between and running MARKIT would be quicker than doing your own marking.

??? version 1.01

Dropped naming customer above because I feared I'd embarrassed her.

3/93 - version 1.02

June Hoffman suggested to Carol Gill could add QBOOK headings to
Edna's Cookbooks. I modified MARKIT to support a parameter of -Q or -q to
provide QBOOK headings of: -Begin Recipe Export- and -End Recipe
Export-. Also checks for first line to have Title: in it. If not, it is
added. Extra blank lines are omitted. There is one blank line at the top
of file and one between each formatted recipe.



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