Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : PEP.ZIP
Filename : README.1ST

 
Output of file : README.1ST contained in archive : PEP.ZIP


To install Painless Event Processor, perform the following steps:
1) C:
2) MD\PEP
3) CD\PEP
4) COPY A:*.*

NOTE: The subdirectory name PEP must be used inorder for
the sample events to run properly. Otherwise, any
directory name may be used.

This will make a subdirectory on your hard disk called PEP, then
copy all the required files to this subdirectory.

To print the manual perform the following steps:
1) C:
2) CD\PEP
3) COPY MANUAL.TXT>PRN

If you have any questions or comments give us a call between
7pm-9pm Central Standard Time.

The following files should be present before installation Painless
Event Processor:

PEP .EXE - The Main Event Program
PES .EXE - The Event Scheduling Program
PER .EXE - The Event Recorder
PEP .HLP - The Event Help File
README .1ST - This File
CHKDSK .KBS - Sample Check Disk KeyBoard Script
CHKDSK .KEL - Sample Check Disk Keyboard Event Listing
NRTON_DS.KBS - Sample Norton Directory Sort KeyBoard Script
NRTON_SD.KBS - Sample Norton Speed Disk KeyBoard Script
NITELY .KEL - Sample Nightly Keyboard Event Listing
REGISTER.TXT - Registration Form
VENDOR.DOC - Vendor Distribution File
WARRANTY.DOC - Warranty information
SITE .DOC - Site License Information

Thank you for trying the Painless Event Scheduler, and we hope you
find it very useful.

Painless Accounting
4401 Birdsong
Plano, TX 75075
(214)596-9164

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  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : PEP.ZIP
Filename : README.1ST

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