Dec 182017
 
TELESALE is a database for people doing telemarketing or sales.
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TELESALE is a database for people doing telemarketing or sales.
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Contents of the PROBLEM.DOC file


The Public (Software) Library
P.O.Box 35705
Houston, TX 77235-5705
(713) 721-6104

Program Report Form


Your Name: ________________________ Date: ______________

Address: __________________________________________________
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Program Name: _____________________ Disk ID: _____________


Bugs, Suggestions & Comments:

(Please be as specific as possible about bugs. If we cannot
duplicate your problem, we cannot help get it fixed.
Please read the program's documentation carefully first.)
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System Configuration:
Computer: ____________________ Amount of memory: __________
Video Card: IBM-Mono/CGA/EGA/Herc/Other: ___________________
Type of Monitor: IBM-Mono/Color/Composite/Other: ___________
Printer: _____________________ Hard disk? Y/N__ DOS: _____
Number of floppies: __________ Other: _____________________

Resident Utilities Used: ___________________________________
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By reporting any bugs, you can help us prevent the spread of
non-working software. While we try to test every program, it
is not possible to give each program the in-depth usage that
reveals the most bugs. Although we will do everything in our
power to see that all bugs are fixed, we do not warrant any
of these programs to be bug-free.

- The Public Software Library
P.O.Box 35705
Houston, TX 77235-5705

The Public (Software) Library
Common Problems/Solutions

If this: Try this:
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Error msg.: "Bad command This is not a program error or disk
or file name". error. Check to make sure what you
typed at the DOS prompt is an actual
file name with a COM, EXE or BAT
extension. Nothing else will run.

Get error during DISKCOPY If you were copying A: to B:, try it
B: to A:. If you still get an error
the bad sector may not have any data
on it. Try copying the files onto
another formatted disk using:
COPY *.* (See COPY in DOS manual)
and then reformat the original disk.
If that doesn't work, try turning the
disk media to see if the jacket has
been crushed. If the media does not
turn freely, draw the edges of the
disk across a sharp edge, such as the
edge of a desk:
/\
/ / \ /
/ < O > /
/ \ / /
/------------\/-----/
| |
| |

Program locks up machine (1) If you have an IBM monochrome
as soon as run. (or Hercules monochrome) card and
monitor, you cannot run programs
that use graphics. (2) If you have
other utilities resident in memory,
try booting up a plain DOS disk
without them. (3) If you have a one-
color monitor (eg: amber or green)
you may not be seeing instructions
on the screen that are written in
color. Get BWVID on disk 1-UT-280.
(4) If at all possible, try it on
another machine, preferably with a
different version of DOS. (5) Try
turning on your printer. (6) Read
the documentation.

Program locks up after it May be an undiscovered program bug.
has been running ok for a If you can start over from the original
while. disk and duplicate the problem, please
report the steps to us and/or to the
author using the form above. Also see
the previous suggestions above.
Try recopying the files from the disk
that we sent you. (Always work from a
copy and not the original disk.)

Program asks for a file 99% of the time, this problem occurs
that is not on the disk. because the user has not read in the
documentation about how to start up the
program or about extra files only sent
to people who register with the author.

Program or file names shown The actual file name may be a little
in the documentation are different, such as the practice of
not on the disk. putting the version number in the file
name (eg: SDIR26.COM is SDIR ver. 2.6).
Files may be combined into an ARC file.
Use ARC or ARCE (from the "BBS/Library
Tools Disk #1") to extract the files.
Directions for this are usually in a
text file on the disk.

Program has a bug in it or Report the bug using this form to the
does not work the way the author and/or to us. The author is best
documentation says it should. able to help you, but we would like to
know about any bugs too and we may be
able to help you if the author does not
respond. We are particularly interested
in any incompatibilities you may find
between this software and other software
or hardware. We will record these in the
OVERVIEW.DOC file.

Can't get the program to run. Read the documentation.

If you are not familiar with the commands DIR, COPY, TYPE, or how to
load and run BASIC programs, you must read about them in the DOS and
BASIC manuals that came with your computer. If you didn't get these
manuals, contact your dealer. We strongly recommend that if you are
new to public domain and "shareware" software, you get our Introduc-
tory disk.


Copyr. 1986, 1987 Nelson Ford


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