Dec 052017
 
NDWTIME is the Norton Desktop for Windows Time and Date Program. It places the time and date on the title bar of the Norton Desktop for Windows.
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NDWTIME is the Norton Desktop for Windows Time and Date Program. It places the time and date on the title bar of the Norton Desktop for Windows.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
NDWTIME.EXE 15312 7862 deflated
NDWTIME.HLP 26745 8404 deflated
NDWTIME.TXT 1817 625 deflated

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Contents of the NDWTIME.TXT file


NOTES ABOUT NDWTIME.EXE VERSION 2.0
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NDWTIME.EXE is the Norton Desktop for Windows Time and Date Program. It
places the time and date on the title bar of the Norton Desktop for Windows.

The program can be used in place of the NDWTIME.WBT file which was included
with the Norton Desktop for Windows version 1.0 as a sample Batch Builder
file. The executable version is more configurable and does not require
Batch Runner to be active reducing system overhead.

NDWTIME.EXE will only run under the Norton Desktop for Windows.

NDWTIME can be placed in the AutoStart group so that it will be launched
whenever windows is started.



INSTALLING NDWTIME.EXE
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To install, copy the files NDWTIME.EXE and NDWTIME.HLP to your Norton Desktop
directory.



CREATING AN ICON FOR NDWTIME
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To create an icon within a Quick Access group window:
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1) Open a Norton Desktop drive window for the disk that Norton Desktop resides
on.

2) Open the Quick Access group window that the NDWTIME icon will reside in.

3) In the drive window, find the Norton Desktop directory and highlight
it in the directory tree.

4) On the right side of the drive window, find the file NDWTIME.EXE and drag
it into the open Quick Access group window.


To create an icon on the desktop:
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1) Open a Norton Desktop drive window for the disk that Norton Desktop resides
on.

2) In the open drive window, find the Norton Desktop directory and highlight
it in the directory tree.

3) On the right side of the drive window, find the file NDWTIME.EXE and drag
it out of the drive window and on to the desktop.


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