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PBK allows the user to pick (either directly or at random) an available bitmap to be used as wallpaper to use either at next startup or immediately.
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PBK allows the user to pick (either directly or at random) an available bitmap to be used as wallpaper to use either at next startup or immediately.
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PBK.DOC 2424 1137 deflated
PBK.EXE 17408 7861 deflated

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(C) Martin Zardecki 1992 20-Jul-1992
PBK V1.1

Purpose : PBK allows the user to pick (either directly or at random) an
available bitmap to be used as wallpaper to use either at next
startup or immediately.

Installation: Copy PBK.EXE to your windows directory. PBK can either be run from
program manager, from the run statement in your win.ini, or from
the Startup group under Windows 3.1.

Usage : Press or Hit [GO!] to select highlighted bitmap to be wallpaper
next time windows starts.

Press or Hit [GO RANDOM!] for Paperback Writer to select a
bitmap at random to be wallpaper next time windows starts.

Press of Hit [ACTIVATE!] to set the current wallpaper to the
'current' value on the display screen (This should work under
both Windows 3.0 and Windows 3.1).

Press or Hit [QUIT] to quit Paperback Writer without making
additional changes.

[F1] key brings up the about box

[F3] key same as [QUIT]

If no user action is performed PBK will countdown from 10 to 0
seconds and then automatically select a BMP as wallpaper for
the next Windows startup.

Notes: PBK will give a message and exit if there are no available
BMP files for it to find.

If the version of Windows used is not Windows version 3.0 or
3.1, or the selected file is an invalid bitmap file, PBK will
be unable to ACTIVATE! the 'current' wallpaper.

DISCLAIMER:

Copyright (c) 1992, Martin Zardecki. All rights reserved.
"Microsoft C/C++ 7.0" is a trademark of Microsoft.

If you have any suggestions or questions regarding this, other,
or proposed utilities, please send me a letter, or leave a CompuServe
message (user ID 71061,1045).

This program is provided to you (the user) "as is". In no event will I
(Martin Zardecki) be liable to you for damages, including any loss of profits,
lost savings, or other incidental or consequential damages arising out of your
use or inability to use this program, even if I or any authorised
representative of mine has been advised of the possibility of such damages,
or for any claim by any other party.


My mailing address is --

Martin Zardecki
410 15 ST NW
Calgary, Alberta
T2N-2A9


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