Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : ZMRAK-D1.ZIP

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Dear Manager:>If you are like most managers keeping track of lists, projects;and tickler files is a real problem. A tool that helps you9organize your tasks and follow up to make sure things arehappening can be a real help.?Zoomracks is that tool. You can keep tasks and lists in a rackAwhere you can see the first line of information, and yet you keen?take the card out of the rack to see more information you might>want there. If you assign tasks to people, you have differentAOf course, you might want an appointment rack, a name and address?racks, a tickler rack, a payables rack, a receivelabes rack and@mailing list racks. As you use it more, you will see more to dowith it.Sincerely Yours, Paul Heckel PresidentND
Letter to O'Shaughnessy,Brigid€& Dear Brigid: The jigs up.SamœDBLetter to Office managers‚yDear Office Manager:@ I am sure you would find Zoomracks useful for several You>can enter text and Zoomracks will word wrap for you as you can@see here. You can also move up to 2000 characters from one place@to another in the same or different field, card, or rack. Use itfor: o Lists of all kinds o Office procedures= o Correspondence, especially in providing personalized formletters.> o Lists of supplies, assets, and office files and where they are located. o Mailing lists o Payables and invoicing= I am sure you will find Zoomracks useful for these and many other tasks.Sincerely Yours, Paul HeckeléDCLetter to Salesmen‚ÍDear Salesmen:@ Jeff Stern, VP of Sales at Alkahn Labels uses Zoomracks to9manage his sales force of 12 and their customers. He has;Zoomracks running all day and says it has made him 50% more%effective. You can use Zoomracks to:? o You can use it to keep your prospect lists and recordsand keep notes on them.> o You can use folloup on customers. It is easy to sort?the rack by date so the most immediate prospects are on the top of the rack.? o You can use it for call reports and sales order entry.@ o You can keep standard form letters which you can easilyBpersonalize and send to prospects with Zoomracks report formatting capability.Sincerely Yours, Paul Heckel President½DDLetter to the Home User‚œDear Sir or Madam:? As someone who wants to use a computer at home, we thinkAyou will find that Zoomracks will meet a lot of your needs. Just?think of all those lists you make and index cards use use. Putthem on the computer instead:= o Keep your recipes. Add additional notes when you want.@ o Keep track of appliances, repair parts and warranty dates.@ o Use it to balance your checkbook and see how you money wasspent.5 o Use it to keep medical records and prescription information." o Use it to keep appointments.;I am sure you will find that you can do these and many morethings with it.Sincerely Yours, Paul Heckel, PresidentÖDE)Letter to Writers, Students, and Teachersƒ£Dear Sir or Madam:@ If you are faced with writing anything lengthy, whether a@paper, dissertation, or book,, or even an article, you soon find:yourself trying to organize a wide variety of information.AAnnotated bibliographies, notes from various sources, quotations.@The typical method of doing this is with index cards. Zoomracks?lets you have electronic index cards and put them in racks. It>lets you view them, organize them, sort them, and search them.AWhen you are ready to write, you can create a rack for the paper,@seminar, book, article or whatever, and copy over information in=whatever order you want. Fred Choate of Standford University8says Zoomracks saved him a couple of months in preparingBhis dissertation. Richard Wilk, professor of anthropology sees changing the way academic research is done.4I am sure you will want to consider using Zoomracks.Sincerely Yours, Paul Heckel President

  3 Responses to “Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : ZMRAK-D1.ZIP

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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