Contents of the README.BAT file
echo P~F Form
echo P~F Form is a complete form system. Design forms with Form Design.
echo Then let Form Master print them -- all filled out for you! Design,
echo print, database and 'auto-edit' features are all built in.
echo You should find 6 or 7 files here: (in addition to ReadME.Bat)
echo PFD.Exe P~F Form Design (design, edit & print forms)
echo PFM.Exe P~F Form Master (database, Edit/Auto-Edit forms)
echo PFForm.Doc The manual for both PFD and PFM (see below)
echo Help-PFD/Help-PFM 'Help Forms' for PFD/PFM - with '.PFF' extensions
echo PFForms.Zip Sample forms in a separate 'archive' file
echo PFF.Cfg Printer code configuration file ('+' vers. only)
echo Your Manual & Other Help
echo To print your manual, at the DOS prompt type: COPY PFFORM.DOC PRN
echo (BE SURE to 'un-archive' PFManual.Arc first if necessary.)
echo Then run PFD. Load, review and print both Help-PFD and Help-PFF.
echo These are 1-page summaries of most PFD/PFM commands--keep 'em handy.
echo Both PFD and PFD are remarkably easy to use. Jump right in and start
echo experimenting (use Help-PFD & Help-PFM as guides). Once familiar with
echo both, glance through PFForm.Doc; it explains the subtle things to help
echo get the most from both programs (design tricks, Auto-Edit, fonts).
echo (C) 1988, 1989 Rob W. Smetana