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YDPLS23 is a personal information manager with a kitchen sink full of utilities – Dialer, calendar, calculator, zip lookup, capitalization of data entry, 200 memo per record.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
AREACODE.TXT 3640 1511 deflated
CSITRADE.DAT 25260 5477 deflated
HELPFILE.TXT 63350 11152 deflated
QUEMGMT.PBC 16607 5908 deflated
README 8302 3291 deflated
SICTRADE.DAT 45120 8572 deflated
TCEDITOR.PBC 17403 5921 deflated
TRANSMTL.PBC 16495 5765 deflated
YDPHISTR.TXT 14537 5708 deflated
YDPLUS.DFL 1400 410 deflated
YDPLUS.EXE 357812 134098 deflated
YDPOP.EXE 200607 87656 deflated
YDPOPHLP.TXT 23310 5167 deflated
YDPSORT.PBC 15637 6238 deflated
ZIPS.DAT 177415 37033 deflated

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Contents of the README file



New Features: Ver 2.3H Sept 1994

Add ability to select fields exported, Improved Record filter function
Add Log of Calls Made, Add ability to dial a # from memo record
Add Phone Types & Deffinitions to Print Reports 1 & 2.

(C)1991-94 CV Systems, Inc. 1714 Featherwood Street, Silver Spring, Md.


The Balance of this file explains how to create a local exchange file used
by YDPLUS and YDPOP to indicate local calls. This feature can help you
to hold down your phone costs.

Local Call Indicator: March 94

This feature works both with the YDPLUS and YDPOP programs, when a local
phone # is detected, the message "Local" will be displayed to the right of
the local area phone number. This will eliminate the need to tell the program
how many digits to dial. Should you ever need to travel or move to another
area of the country, all you would need to do is substitute another local
area code file. All phone numbers should be entered in the following format;
XXX-XXX-XXXX. The program will then use the local exchange file you create
to determine the number of digits to dial.

As the first step make sure you have your correct local area coded entered
in either the /, Utility, Radd section of YDPOP or the File Default section
of YDPLUS.

To use the feature, you must create a file named LOCXHNGE.TXT containing
all the local phone exchange numbers (3 digit numbers after the area code).
Use the text editor included with DOS5 and later or use your favorite word
processor and save the file as an ASCII text file. Refer to your manuals
for an explaination on how to do this.

This is not as difficult as it sounds. In the front of your white pages
phone directory is a listing of your local exchanges. In a major metro area
this might be as many as 500, most areas will have considerably fewer. This
information is used by the modem to autodial, but is VERY handy even if you
don't have a modem connected to your computer. The information can save you
money by allowing you to see if toll charges will be added to your phone bill,
this may influence your decision to call or not to call. I know when you
are using a list of phone numbers this can SAVE A LOT OF MONEY. This can
help target your local market first.

You need to create a text(Ascii) file containing ONLY the local exchange
numbers and they HAVE to be in the following format:

202A 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222
3017 718 731 735 736 738 753 762 763 770 772 773 779 794 805 807

The first 3 characters are the area code. The Fourth character is number of
digits to dial; 7 for 7 digits or A for all. Most local exchanges will use
seven digits, but the option exists to dial the area code too. In the
Washington DC Metro area many of the local numbers require you to dial the
area code even though no long distance charges apply.

Characters 11-76 contain up to 18 separate 3 digit local exchange codes ,
they must be separated by blanks. You may have as many lines of local exchanges
as you need, and the line does not have to be entirely filled.

The phone numbers in your database all have to be in the following format
for this system to work: 301-622-9069. If you ever move around the country
the only step you will need is to recreate the local exchange file, or as
you move around the country you may have more than one exchange file on
your computer.

The following is an example of the file needed for the Silver Spring, Md.
area. You can see we have four area codes in our local exchange. The 202
(DC), 410(Md) and 703(Va) codes all require that the area code be dialed,
thus the fourth character of each of these records is the letter A. The
the 301(Md) all use the 7 digit codes.

Page 19 of the Montgomery County MD 94 phone Book (---remove this line---)
202A 205 208 213 215 219 223 224 225 226 228 232 233 234 244 245 252 253 254
202A 259 260 265 267 268 269 272 273 274 275 279 282 283 287 288 289 291 293
202A 296 298 305 307 310 316 317 319 324 326 327 328 331 332 333 334 336 337
202A 338 342 343 346 347 348 357 358 362 363 364 365 366 371 373 374 376 377
202A 382 383 387 388 389 392 393 395 396 397 398 399 401 404 408 414 416 418
202A 424 426 429 432 433 434 435 436 445 447 452 453 456 457 458 462 463 466
202A 467 471 472 473 475 477 479 482 483 484 485 488 490 494 501 504 508 512
202A 514 515 516 522 523 526 529 535 537 539 541 542 543 544 546 547 554 561
202A 562 563 566 574 575 576 581 582 583 584 586 588 592 597 605 606 608 610
202A 613 616 619 622 623 624 625 626 627 628 632 633 634 635 636 637 638 639
202A 646 647 651 653 659 662 663 665 666 667 668 672 673 675 676 678 679 682
202A 685 686 687 690 707 708 714 716 720 722 723 724 726 727 728 732 736 737
202A 745 752 755 757 767 773 775 778 782 783 784 785 786 789 789 797 799 801
202A 806 812 822 825 828 829 832 833 835 837 842 843 844 855 857 861 862 863
202A 865 872 874 877 879 882 884 885 887 889 895 896 898 901 906 917 927 928
202A 936 939 942 943 944 947 954 955 956 957 962 965 966 973 986 991 994 996
Page 18 of the Montgomery County MD 94 phone Book (---remove this line---)
3017 206 207 220 286 303 308 344 345 369 409 419 441 474 506 507 510 513 552
3017 595 615 688 701 709 901 902 935 937 953 982
3017 214 215 227 229 295 320 365 380 402 406 469 480 492 493 496 530 564 571
3017 594 652 654 656 657 781 803 897 907 913 951 961 986 318 412 503 814 910
3017 919
3017 249 261 262 390 464 470 621 629 677 794 805 858 912 970 973
3017 336 350 420 423 449 499 568 599 702 735 736 763 808 817 899 925 967 981
3017 238 297 372 856 868 888
3017 209 277 306 314 322 341 386 403 405 422 436 454 459 559 577 618 699 731
3017 772 773 779 851 852 853 864 918 927 985
3017 230 231 413 443 460 468 649 770 816 871 881 929 933 942 946 949 984
3017 236 384 598 847 890 924 989
3017 627 855 952
3017 203 248 283 292 505 567 630 753 839 843 870 894
3017 212 217 240 251 258 279 294 299 309 340 353 417 424 428 517 590 601 640
3017 670 738 762 840 903 921 948 975 983
3017 270 394 427 431 434 439 445 495 565 572 585 587 588 589 593 608 622 650
3017 680 681 878 891 905 930 415 504 713 502 509 518 520 580 704 717 807 873
3017 908 980
Page 24 of the Montgomery County MD 94 phone Book (---remove this line---)
3017 421 570 612 774 854 940 253 414 607 831 208 216 330 540 869 916 926 963
3017 972 977 990 210 317 490 497 498 596 604 725 776
Page 24 of the Montgomery County MD phone Book (remove this line)
410A 290 312 381 531 715 730 740 964 992 997
Page 20 of the Montgomery County MD 94 phone Book (---remove this line---)
703A 212 213 214 235 243 247 271 274 276 284 302 312 313 317 325 329 351 355
703A 358 360 370 379 412 413 414 415 416 418 419 461 486 513 514 515 516 517
703A 518 519 521 522 524 525 527 528 548 549 550 553 557 558 578 603 617 660
703A 664 671 681 683 684 685 701 702 704 705 706 717 719 739 751 756 765 768
703A 769 780 799 805 806 812 816 820 823 824 836 838 841 845 850 875 892 907
703A 908 920 922 931 960 971 974 979 998 305 306 308 201 209 309 405 407 408
703A 409 507 508 509 517 609 795 801 819 850 909
703A 545 602 604 607 614 692 693 695 696 697 746 260
703A 218 222 242 246 255 264 267 273 280 281 318 319 323 324 352 359 385 404
703A 406 425 438 450 471 478 487 503 589 591 620 631 648 691 708 709 713 715
703A 716 733 742 757 758 759 764 802 803 818 834 904 934 938 968 978 993
703A 204 205 207 237 241 256 285 315 321 354 356 442 448 451 482 506 532 533
703A 534 536 538 556 560 569 573 641 642 644 658 698 712 734 749 750 760 761
703A 790 813 821 827 846 847 848 849 866 874 876 883 893 902 903 905 912 914
703A 941 643 844 936 954

Again I would like to remind you to make sure the local area code is entered
in the field provided in the defaults or Radd sections of the program.


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