Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : ACZAR210.ZIP
Filename : ACZAR.REG

Output of file : ACZAR.REG contained in archive : ACZAR210.ZIP
ACZAR Registration Form
(Please write in print)




City, State, Zip:__________________________________________

Home Phone: _________________ Work Phone: _________________

Number of Registrations of ACZAR ($35.00 each) : #________

Mailer, Disk(s), S+H, ($5.00 for each Program) : $________

Total..........................................: $ _______

[ ] 360 Kbyte 5.25" Disk(s) or [ ] 720 KByte 3.5" Disk(s)

Please send registration to: CZAR Software
P.O. Box 370087
El Paso, TX 79937-0087

To register via CompuServe type GO SWREG and use ID# 420.
CREDIT CARD ORDERS ONLY! Item/product #10939

You can order with MC, Visa, Amex, or Discover from Public
(software) Library by calling 800-2424-PsL or 713-524-6394 or
by FAX to 713-524-6398 or by CIS Email to 71355,470. You can
also mail credit card orders to PsL at P.O.Box 35705,
Houston, TX 77235-5705. When you order with credit card,
refer to item/product #10939

Any discount coupons can NOT be redeemed with PsL, only with
CZAR Software.

Any questions about the status of the shipment of the order,
refunds, registration options, product details, technical
support, volume discounts, dealer pricing, site licenses,
etc, must be directed to 915-595-8787.
To insure that you get the latest version, PsL will notify
us the day of your order and we will ship the product
directly to you.
ACZAR is distributed as is. CZAR Software disclaims all
warranties, expressed or implied. CZAR Software will assume
no liability for damages either from the direct use of this
product or as a result of the use of this product.v210

  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : ACZAR210.ZIP
Filename : ACZAR.REG

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