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The $1 Utilities V2.1 2-9-93. Nine DOS utilities and 22 pages of documentation.

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The $1 Utilities V2.1 2-9-93. Nine DOS
utilities and 22 pages of documentation
INTERNAL - add new commands to DOS,
MOVE - move files, RENDIR - rename dirs
RES - display tsr's, RDEL - recursive
file delete, STAMP - change file date,
VIEW - view ascii files, CAPS turn caps
key on / off, NUM - turn off numlock key
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THE $1 UTILITIES


The Utilities That DOS Forgot



Version 2.1

February 9, 1993






ImagiSOFT, Inc.
P. O. Box 13208
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87192-3208

(505) 275-1920 Voice
(505) 275-9697 FAX
(505) 275-9697 BBS


70632,1177 CompuServe

FSWM11A Prodigy













Copyright 1993, ImagiSOFT, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.

INTRODUCTION


Thank you for trying The $1 Utilities from ImagiSOFT, Inc. We
hope you will find them powerful, useful, and easy to use.

The $1 Utilities were inspired by an article by Chris DeVoney in
October 1990's PC Computing Magazine titled Create Your Own DOS.
Some of the utilities Chris recommended worked well for us,
others did too much, and still others were too expensive. We at
ImagiSOFT, Inc. decided to develop a few inexpensive utilities
and market them for one dollar each, hence the name, The
$1 Utilities.

Let's face it: some people really like using DOS. DOS shells
slow many power users down. However, DOS is often a ninety-pound
weakling. We developed the $1 Utilities to add power and
flexibility to DOS without sacrificing speed.

The $1 Utilities are distributed as shareware, which means you
can "test drive" them before purchasing them. You can also copy
these programs and give them to your friends (within the limits
outlined the license agreement). We have invested A LOT of
weekends and evenings to develop these powerful, small, yet
inexpensive utilities for you. If you decide to use any of
The $1 Utilities, please send us the $1 registration fee for each
utility you use (cash is OK).

We would like to thank Andrew Schulman, Raymond J. Michaels, Jim
Kyle, Tim Paterson, David Maxey, and Ralf Brown for their
excellent book "Undocumented DOS" which is an invaluable aid in
helping us to develop the $1 Utilities. We also relied heavily
upon IBM's DOS and hardware Technical Reference manuals. We also
used Ray Duncan's "Advanced MS-DOS Programming" and Microsoft's
"MS-DOS Programmer's Reference" to write calls which would be
compatible across DOS versions. The $1 Utilities are written
primarily in Assembly Language.

Thank you again for supporting our efforts!



Mike Prestwich
David Sanders


January 1, 1991












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TABLE OF CONTENTS


INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

CAPS - TURN CAPS KEY ON / OFF . . . . . . . . . . 4

INTERNAL - ADD NEW COMMANDS TO DOS . . . . . . . . 5

MOVE - MOVE A FILE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

NUM - TURN OFF THE NUMLOCK KEY. . . . . . . . . . 9

RENDIR - RENAME A DIRECTORY . . . . . . . . . . 10

RES - DISPLAY MEMORY RESIDENT PROGRAMS . . . . . 12

RDEL - RECURSIVE FILE DELETE . . . . . . . . . . 13

STAMP - CHANGE FILE DATE AND TIME . . . . . . . . 15

VIEW - VIEW AN ASCII FILE . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

HOW TO REACH US . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

OTHER IMAGISOFT PRODUCTS . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

LICENSE AGREEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

$1 UTILITIES REGISTRATION FORM . . . . . . . . . 22





























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CAPS - TURN CAPS KEY ON / OFF


Along with NUM, CAPS is perhaps the least of The $1 Utilities.
It's only purpose is toggle the caps lock key on or off.

CAPS ON Turns the Caps Lock key on

CAPS OFF Turns the Caps Lock key off


We have a software application which wants everything entered in
upper case. Another application wants upper and lower case and
displays an annoying error message if the Caps Lock is on.
Putting CAPS in a batch file prior to running these programs
saves us a little bit of grief.

Note: CAPS will confuse the Caps Lock LED on old 8088 PCs. This
is because the PC keyboard doesn't have two way communication
between itself and the computer. The Caps Lock LED works
properly on AT keyboards.






































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INTERNAL - ADD NEW COMMANDS TO DOS


Many corporate customers find INTERNAL to be the most useful of
The $1 Utilities because they can use it to define a company
standard set of DOS commands for each computer, yet each
individual computer can be configured with different utilities.
For example, take DOS's weak TYPE command, which on a fast
computer, scrolls ASCII text by the screen so fast that the text
is unreadable. To redefine DOS's TYPE command to use VIEW.COM
(one of the $1 Utilities) instead, add the following command to
your AUTOEXEC.BAT:

INTERNAL TYPE C:\UTIL\VIEW.COM /M /C:79,31

As you can see from the above example, the first parameter, TYPE
is the DOS command that you are replacing. The second parameter
is the path and filename of the program you want to run when the
command TYPE is entered at the DOS prompt. The rest of the
parameters belong to VIEW.COM (see VIEW on page 16).

INTERNAL gives a company tremendous flexibility. One computer
can replace TYPE with VIEW.COM, another computer may want to
replace TYPE with Vernon Buerg's LIST.COM. The choice is up to
each individual user, yet the company has a uniform set of DOS
commands which will work on every computer in the company.


INTERNAL is ideal for assigning powerful "DOS" commands for
powerful utilities which have hard to remember parameters. For
example, DOS's FORMAT is unfriendly, slow, and not as reliable as
it should be, you may want to use Sydex's FORMATQM instead. To
create a new command "720" to format low density 3.50" disks, add
the following to your AUTOEXEC.BAT:

INTERNAL 720 C:\UTIL\FORMATQM.COM A: 720K S


INTERNAL is often used to disable certain commands for network
security. For example, disable the COPY command:

INTERNAL COPY ECHO You Can't COPY

In the above example, if someone were to enter the command
COPY F:\*.FIL A:, the message "You Can't COPY F:\*.FIL A:" would
be displayed on their screen, and no files would be copied.
Notice how the parameters the user types in are added to the
replacement command ECHO.











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Do you have a word processor or other program which keeps filling
your hard drive with unneeded .BAK files? Use INTERNAL and the
$1 Utility RDEL to define the powerful command KILLBAK which gets
rid of them (see RDEL on page 13):

INTERNAL KILLBAK C:\UTIL\RDEL \*.BAK


As you can see, there are dozens of ways you can use INTERNAL to
add simple, powerful commands to your system. Some final notes:

INTERNAL is a memory resident program (TSR) which requires 1072
bytes for each command added or replaced. Each command is
usually loaded "high" in AUTOEXEC.BAT.

If you want to use a command which has been replaced by INTERNAL,
place a semicolon after the first command. For example, if the
COPY command were disabled as illustrated above, the command
COPY; F:\*.FIL A: would still work.

INTERNAL executes much faster than batch files, and allows you to
use internal commands such as COPY, REN, DEL, etc.

To display a list of commands which have been defined by
INTERNAL, type INTERNAL by itself with no parameters.


































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MOVE - MOVE A FILE


Surprisingly, DOS doesn't have a MOVE files command. How many
times have you entered the following two commands in succession?

COPY \MYDIR\*.* A:
DEL \MYDIR\*.*

Now you can replace both these commands with the single command:

MOVE \MYDIR\*.* A:

Not only is MOVE more convenient, it is more reliable if the
destination drive fills up. DOS will try to copy every file in
the \MYDIR directory, and when it comes across a file that is too
large, it continues on to the next file. This leaves you in a
quandary of not knowing which files have been copied and which
ones haven't. MOVE stops when the destination disk is full, and
this saves you a lot of aggravation.


MOVE really shines when moving files from one directory to
another on the same disk. For example, moving an entire
directory with DOS requires four separate commands:

MD \GAMES
MD \GAMES\PACMAN
COPY \PACMAN \GAMES\PACMAN
DEL \PACMAN

With MOVE, you can do the same thing in one command:

MOVE \PACMAN \GAMES\PACMAN

As you can see, if the directory \GAMES\PACMAN doesn't exist,
MOVE will create it for you. Since you are copying files from
the same drive, MOVE works lightning fast because it doesn't have
to actually move the file, it only has to tell DOS the file is
now in a different directory. You will especially appreciate
MOVE when your hard drive is nearly full.


If a file exists on the destination drive MOVE will prompt you
with the message "Overwrite existing file (Y or N)?" If you know
you want to overwrite any existing files, enter the command with
a /O parameter. For example:

MOVE \PACMAN \GAMES\PACMAN /O










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MOVE uses the same parameters as the COPY command except for the
parameters "+", "/a", "/b", and "/v". All of DOS's wildcards are
supported, for example:

MOVE *.BAT \BAT
MOVE ??ZIP.* \UTIL
MOVE CONTROL.FIL TEMP.FIL (same as renaming a file)




















































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NUM - TURN OFF THE NUMLOCK KEY


Along with CAPS, NUM is perhaps the least of The $1 Utilities.
It's only purpose is toggle the Num Lock key on or off.

NUM ON Turns the Num Lock key on

NUM OFF Turns the Num Lock key off


When the original PC keyboard came out, the keyboard's numeric
key pad was used for both the arrow keys, PgUp, PgDn, Home, and
End. I got used to using the arrow keys, and put the command
NUM OFF in my AUTOEXEC.BAT when we bought our AT. My secretary,
on the other hand, who used the old PC, preferred NUM ON.
Several years later, we both have new equipment and don't use NUM
any more.

Note: NUM will confuse the Num Lock LED on old 8088 PCs. This
is because the PC keyboard doesn't have two way communication
between itself and the computer. The Num Lock LED works properly
on AT keyboards.




































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RENDIR - RENAME A DIRECTORY


Have you ever tried to rename a subdirectory on your hard disk?
DOS doesn't have a utility or command to let you do it. Using
DOS, the procedure is time consuming and tedious:

1. MD - Make a new subdirectory with the new name you want.
2. COPY all the files from the old subdirectory into the new
subdirectory.
3. DELETE all the files in the old subdirectory.
4. RD - Remove the old subdirectory

If the old subdirectory has hidden files, additional
subdirectories, or if your hard disk is nearly full this
procedure could take five or ten minutes!


RENDIR is a powerful utility to help you rename subdirectories in
one easy step:

RENDIR OLD NEW

Where OLD is the old subdirectory's name
and NEW is the new name you want to name it to.


That's all there is to it! This simple, but powerful utility
that DOS forgot will save you much more than one dollar's worth
of aggravation. RENDIR will also accept complex DOS paths. For
example, let's assume you have the following subdirectory
structure on your hard drive:

\123\WK1\NEWCLIENT

You can change the NEWCLIENT subdirectory to BOB with the single
command:

RENDIR \123\WK1\NEWCLIENT BOB


Sometimes subdirectory names are created which are long and
descriptive. But if these directories are used often, long
subdirectory names can be irritating. Several RENDIR commands
can make your life much easier in the future. For example, the
following subdirectory structure requires too many keystrokes:

\WORDPRO\LETTERS\NEWYORK

You can shorten the subdirectory names with three RENDIR
commands:

RENDIR \WORDPRO\LETTERS\NEWYORK NY
RENDIR \WORDPRO\LETTERS LTRS





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RENDIR \WORDPRO WP

The new subdirectory structure will now be named:

\WP\LTRS\NY


Note: If you attempt to rename the directory you are in the
error message "Cannot rename the current directory" will appear
on your screen.

















































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RES - DISPLAY MEMORY RESIDENT PROGRAMS


The purpose of RES is to tell the the user how much memory their
computer has and how much of it is being used by TSRs (terminate
and stay resident programs). RES was written before DOS 5.0
which now has the more powerful MEM utility.

We sometimes distribute RES.COM with our software so that we can
give our users technical support over the telephone when they
call to tell us that one of our products gives them a
"Not enough memory" message. Since we allow The $1 Utilities to
be freely distributed -- even for commercial purposes, other
companies may want to do the same thing.

To display a list of programs which are taking your computer's
memory simply enter the command:
RES

To see what the largest program that can be loaded in free memory
enter the command:
RES /F

In the case of a TSR conflict, you may want to see exactly which
interrupt vectors are being used by each program. In that case,
enter the command:
RES /V
































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RDEL - RECURSIVE FILE DELETE


With programs taking more and more disk space, even the largest
hard drive can get filled up with outdated or useless programs.
Deleting files is essential to effective hard disk management.
Unfortunately, the DOS command DEL is weak and inadequate when
you need to delete dozens, even hundreds of files from your hard
drive.

For example, Dynamix, Inc. makes a very fine football game which,
after it is installed, creates 42 directories and has over 600
files. Can you imagine how long it would take to remove this
program from your hard drive using DOS? It would be a nightmare
for an advanced user -- at least 100 separate DOS commands -- and
it would be impossible for a novice. Thankfully, Dynamix doesn't
use any hidden files or directories or the task would be even
more difficult.

With RDEL, you can delete Dynamix Football, or any other program
with a single command:

RDEL \DYNAMIX

This powerful command will delete all files from the \DYNAMIX
directory down, including hidden files. It also removes all 43
subdirectories.


RDEL accepts DOS globals, which makes it ideal to delete
temporary and backup files which sometimes clutter your hard
drive. To delete all .BAK files which are created by WordStar,
CorelDraw, Edwin, and a host of other programs, enter the
command:

RDEL \*.BAK

RDEL will scan your entire hard drive and delete the files with
the .BAK extension. Windows sometimes leaves temporary files
that begin with a tilde, so you can easily rid yourself of them
with the command RDEL \~*.TMP.


Some applications try to open files, and if the file is not
found, a file is created zero bytes long. Since each zero byte
file takes up disk space you should delete them with the command:

RDEL \ /0 (slash - zero)

You will be amazed at how much disk space you can free with this
simple command!








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If you don't want to delete every file, add the parameter /p to
your command:

RDEL \SHAREWARE\*.DOC /P

RDEL will display the file name, size, date, time, and confirm
with the question, "Delete (Y or N)?"




















































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STAMP - CHANGE FILE DATE AND TIME


When we release new version of a software package, we help our
customers keep track of which files belong to the new version by
stamping a new time and date on each file in the set. We copy
the files in the set to a floppy disk with a batch file, and the
last command is similar to:

STAMP B:*.* 01-01-1993 12:00:00


DOS filenames are valid, so you can stamp single files:

STAMP FILENAME.TXT 06-01-1992 12:00:00


Globals and path names are also valid:

STAMP B:*.TXT 01-01-1993 12:00:00 or
STAMP C:\UTIL\DOCS\*.DOC 01-01-1993 12:00:00


An example of how to set a specific the date, and change the time
to the current time:

STAMP *.TXT 01-01-1993


If you want to change all the files to the current time and date:

STAMP B:*.*



























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VIEW - VIEW AN ASCII FILE



VIEW is a small, but powerful ASCII file browser which can
display a file as large as your computer's available memory. The
most common use of this utility is:

VIEW READ.ME

The file will be displayed with the default colors which are high
intensity white on blue (color 31) and a high intensity white on
red header. To change the colors, refer to the chart and enter
different numbers on the command line as shown below:

VIEW *.DOC /C:79,31

79 = the heading color, in this case bright white on red
31 = the text color, in this case bright white on blue


Any ASCII characters which fall between 0 - 31 are not displayed.





































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COLOR CHART

----------------------------------------------------------------
| BACKGROUND |
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
| Black Blue Green Cyan Red Magenta Brown White |
|==============================================================|
| | Black 0 16 32 48 64 80 96 112 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| F | Blue 1 17 33 49 65 81 97 113 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| O | Green 2 18 34 50 66 82 98 114 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| R | Cyan 3 19 35 51 67 83 99 115 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| E | Red 4 20 36 52 68 84 100 116 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| G | Magenta 5 21 37 53 69 85 101 117 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| R | Brown 6 22 38 54 70 86 102 118 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| O | White 7 23 39 55 71 87 103 119 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| U | Gray 8 24 40 56 72 88 104 120 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| N | Lt Blue 9 25 41 57 73 89 105 121 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| D | Lt Green 10 26 42 58 74 90 106 122 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| | Lt Cyan 11 27 43 59 75 91 107 123 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| | Lt Red 12 28 44 60 76 92 108 124 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| | Lt Mag 13 29 45 61 77 93 109 125 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| | Yellow 14 30 46 62 78 94 110 126 |
| |----------------------------------------------------------|
| | Lt White 15 31 47 63 79 95 111 127 |
----------------------------------------------------------------

Note: All colors are based on the formula:
Color = Background * 16 + Foreground

An EGA monitor is capable of displaying 43 lines of text
simultaneously on the screen and a VGA monitor can display 50
lines. If you prefer these high resolution modes, the the /M
(for maximum number of lines) parameter:

VIEW *.DOC /M


Files which contain tab characters can also be viewed. DOS's
TYPE command expands tabs out eight spaces, so for compatibility
VIEW defaults to the same. You can change this to four spaces,
or any other value with the parameter:

VIEW *.TXT /T:4


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HOW TO REACH US


If you have a question about the $1 Utilities, have a suggestion,
or are interested in any of our other products, please contact
us:


ImagiSOFT, Inc.
Software Utilities Division
P.O. Box 13208
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87192-3208



Telephone:

(505) 275-1920 Voice
(505) 275-9697 FAX



Electronic Mail:

(505) 275-9697 BBS
70632,1177 CompuServe
FSWM11A Prodigy



There is an ImagiSOFT file section on the
Software Creations BBS (33 Lines):

(508) 365-2359 2400 baud
(508) 368-4137 2400-14.4K USR
(508) 368-7036 2400-14.4K V.32























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OTHER IMAGISOFT PRODUCTS


THE FINISHING TOUCH is a professional software installation
program for developers to distribute with their software. It
compresses files 50%+, reads across floppies, checks hardware,
modifies AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS, prints or views ASCII
files, does error checking, and more! Supports English, French,
German and Spanish languages. Includes 67 pages of
documentation and two sample script files. It can also be used
as a software update program. Registered version takes up less
than 35K of disk space. The $69.95 Registration fee allows a
company to distribute as many copies, and as many different
products of their software using the FINISHING TOUCH as
they want to--no further royalties are required.


The purpose of The Finishing Touch is two fold:

1. The Finishing Touch reduces the floppy disk space needed
by 50 to 75% allowing them to distribute their software on fewer
disks. Depending upon the number of disks in the set, The
Finishing Touch should save its purchasers thousands of
dollars in software production, mailing, and distribution
costs.

2. The Finishing Touch gives the end user a simple, friendly,
and reliable way to install software. It can test the end
user's hardware so installation will go as smooth as possible.
This will please the user and will reduce support costs.
Developers only have one chance to make a first impression. Why
not make it the best one possible?


CHINESE CHECKERS
ImagiSOFT's extraordinary game of Chinese Checkers features
stunning animated graphics and brings you all the challenge of
the traditional board game. Nominated for "Best Entertainment
Software" and "Best New Product" at the 1992 Shareware Industry
Awards, the object of Chinese Checkers is to be the first player
to move all your marbles to the opposite side of the board. The
players (represented by animated icons, a Dragon, Wind, Flower,
Mantis, Tiger,and Peacock) can be played either by people or by
the computer. You can use the keyboard or a Microsoft compatible
mouse. Requires EGA or VGA and 640K of memory.














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REDHOOK'S REVENGE!
In Redhook's Revenge! two or three players assume the role of an
animated pirate character. The object: have the most gold
doubloons at the end of the game! Redhook's Revenge was inspired
by the classic board games, RISK, MONOPOLY, LIFE, and TRIVIAL
PURSUIT and took many of its ideas from the classic novel
Treasure Island. Play is simple: roll the dice and see whether
you fight a city, discover treasure, get lost in a storm, visit
the Mermaid Isles, take another turn, answer a trivia question,
buy a cannon, etc. Compete against other players or play against
the computer. Redhook's witty pirate sayings, professional
artwork, historical trivia, and theme music will entertain you
for hours! Recommended for Ages 8 through adult. Use the
keyboard or a Microsoft compatible mouse. Adlib and Soundblaster
compatible sound cards are supported. Requires VGA and 640K of
memory.


MOVIES TO GO! contains information on 1,000 movies. You can
search for your favorite categories (comedies, drama, sports,
family, etc.), actors, directors, MPAA rating, key words, year,
and more. Many movies have detailed reviews including the
setting, characters, possible objectionable content, music, and
box office gross. You can even search for other special
categories, such as Dog Movies, World War II, Family
Relationships, Robin Hood, Knights, Halloween, Disney Movies,
Horses, etc. Has both a text and graphics interface.

Stunning graphics interface has animated icons, 3-D buttons, and
graphic menus. For example, the actor menu is displayed on a
video tape, the main menu is a TV set, and the search menu is
displayed on a movie ticket. Graphics version requires an
EGA/VGA monitor, and a 386 class computer is recommended, but not
required to run it.

Requires 640K, Hard Disk, and DOS 2.1+. Mouse is supported, but
not required.






















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LICENSE AGREEMENT


1. The The $1 Utilities program and its documentation are
copyrighted works protected by U.S. and international
copyright law. You are granted a license to use your copy of
The $1 Utilities only under the terms and conditions
specified in this license agreement.


2. The $1 Utilities is a commercial software product. It is not
free, and it is not in the public domain.


3. You may freely copy and distribute The $1 Utilities to
others.


4. We have made every effort to make The $1 Utilities as bug-
free as possible; however, THE $1 UTILITIES ARE PROVIDED "AS
IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE
ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE IS WITH YOU.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY
GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER
RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.

IMAGISOFT, INC. DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE FUNCTIONS CONTAINED
IN The $1 Utilities WILL MEET YOUR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR THAT
THE OPERATION OF The $1 Utilities WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR
ERROR FREE.


5. IMAGISOFT'S ENTIRE LIABILITY HEREUNDER FOR DAMAGES,
REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF ACTION, SHALL NOT EXCEED THE FEE
PAID BY YOU TO US FOR THIS PARTICULAR LICENSE. IN NO EVENT
WILL WE BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY LOST
PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS, OR OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE
$1 UTILITIES EVEN IF IMAGISOFT, INC. HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, OR FOR ANY CLAIM BY ANY OTHER
PARTY.


6. If you do not agree with the terms of this agreement, you do
not have ImagiSOFT's permission to use The $1 Utilities.











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$1 UTILITIES REGISTRATION FORM


Your Name: ______________________________________________________

Company Name: ___________________________________________________

Mailing Address: ________________________________________________

City, State, Zip Code: __________________________________________

Telephone Number: _______________________________________________


Quantity Product Description Price Each Total
-------- ------------------- ---------- -----

___ CAPS $1.00 _____

___ INTERNAL $1.00 _____

___ MOVE $1.00 _____

___ NUM $1.00 _____

___ RENDIR $1.00 _____

___ RES $1.00 _____

___ RDEL $1.00 _____

___ STAMP $1.00 _____

___ VIEW $1.00 _____

Disk with Latest
___ Version of Above $10.00 _____

Printed
___ Documentation $10.00 _____


TOTAL AMOUNT REMITTED: _____


Please mail your payment to:

ImagiSOFT, Inc.
P.O. Box 13208
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87192


Everyone who registers will receive a post card thanking them and
acknowledging receipt of their payment. Visa, Master Card and
American Express cards are accepted for orders of $15 or more.
We accept checks written only on US Banks, but cash is welcome in
all currencies. Thank you for your business!


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