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THE FOLDER SYSTEM


FOR


MS Word





BY

ElBee EnterPrizes
419 S. Richard St.
Bedford, PA 15522


This program was designed for use on a single user computer with a hard disk
drive. It has not been tested in either a multi-tasking or multi-user
environment. No assurances can be given of its performance under such
conditions. THE FOLDER SYSTEM requires approximately 230 kBytes of RAM to
operate. MS-Word, however, requires more memory than THE FOLDER SYSTEM.
Therefore, if you have sufficient memory to run MS- Word, you have sufficient
for THE FOLDERS SYSTEM.

THE FOLDER SYSTEM is not a public domain product, but rather distributed through
Bulletin Boards on the "shareware" concept. Try it. If you like it, buy it. No
other warranty express or implied is given.

UPLOAD THIS VERSION OF THE PROGRAM TO BULLETIN BOARDS, DISTRIBUTE IT TO YOUR
FRIENDS. It is a share-ware program.


INTRODUCTION

One of the most difficult things in DOS, for me at least, has been remembering
DOS file names and what the devil I meant with a file name like "ZAPGUZUL.ZH2".
The making up of the DOS file name was, at the time, a work of absolute inspired
genius - but after a week or so? What was "ZPAGUZUL.ZH2"?

This is one of a series of "front-end" programs for different word processors.
Similar programs for Word Perfect 4.2 & 5.0 (WPFOLDER), PC-Write (PCWFOLDR),
Galaxy (GALFOLDR), and PC-Type (PCTFOLDR) are available on bulletin boards.

The basic concept of THE FOLDERS SYSTEM is to replicate the filing system used
by human office workers - File cabinets, file drawers, file folders and,
finally, document names that mean something to the user. A little, but crude,
diagram might set the scene:


A FOLDER IS A COLLECTION OF RELATED DOCUMENTS

DOCUMENT

A File Cabinet \
is the equiva- <[The drawer is the equivalent of a
lent of a hard DOS directory]
disk drive or
a partition of
a hard disk
drive, e.g.
"C:", "D:"
Etc.







FIGURE 1

In DOS terminology, this would be:


C: - [The Root Directory]

MSWFOLDR - [Up to 20 Directories]

FOLDER1 FOLDER2 FOLDER3 FOLDER4
[up to 40 individual folders]

C:\MSWFOLDR\FOLDER1\{doc} [unlimited documents]

FIGURE 2


Instead of struggling with obscure DOS file names, THE FOLDER SYSTEM allows you
to pick the file you want to edit from a screen like that below:





Folders Ver. 1.0MSWMAIN MENU(c)ElBee Enterprizes 90
ACTIVE Directory: C:\WORD\-{all folders}- Docs in Directory: 4
Drive C: 8.53 Mbytes free Directories: 2 Folders in Directory: 5
Date Date of Folder(Sub-directory)
Description Created Last Use and DOS File Name

>Letter to Boss 09/20/89 09/20/89 GRIPES\LETTERO.000
MSWFOLDR - Part I of Manual - Draft 09/20/89 09/20/89 MANUALS\MSWFOLDR.000



11/04/1989>Select Desired Function Below<11:29:29
DOCS: EEDIT SCREEN: PgUpPREV F1HELP
CCREATE FFOLDERS PgDnNEXT F2UTILITIES
RREVISE SSET-UP ||SELECTOR EscQUIT
FIGURE 3

THE FOLDER SYSTEM has been designed to allow use of other "front end" programs
and still maintain the ease of file record keeping and retrieval.

PROGRAM FILES

THE FOLDER SYSTEM consists of:

File Name Purpose
AUTOINST.BAT -Automatic installation batch file for Word-Perfect
or MS-Word
MSWSTART.BAT -Batch file to start THE FOLDER SYSTEM.
MSWSTOP.BAT -Batch file to terminate THE FOLDER SYSTEM and return
the DOS or shell program.
FOLDERS.EXE -Main PROGRAM.
MANUAL.DOC -An ASCII version of the manual for THE FOLDER SYSTEM.
REGISTER.DOC -Registration form for MSWFOLDR, THE FOLDER SYSTEM for MS
WORD.
README.NOW -An ASCII file of latest notices, changes, etc. Read
before using.

INSTALLATION OF PROGRAM

These instructions for THE FOLDER SYSTEM assume that MS-Word has been installed
successfully on a hard disk in accordance with the MS-Word installation
instructions, i.e. the MS-Word program is located in Drive 'C:' in a directory
called 'WORD'. If you have installed MS-Word differently, additional
instructions are given under Special Installation Instructions. Please read
these instructions before installing THE FOLDER SYSTEM.

Now that that's done, let us start installing THE FOLDER SYSTEM. We should be in
the directory for MS-Word, most likely 'WORD'. If you are not certain, enter DIR
/W/P, and a directory listing should appear.



Volume in drive C is 000000001
Directory of C:\WORD <-------{the disk and directory where you are now}

. .. EPSONFXE PRD FULL STY HP2000 GLY
HYPH DAT MACRO GLY MAKEPRD EXE MEMO GLY MERGEPRD EXE
MW HLP MW INI MW PGM OUTLINE STY README DOC
SAMPLE STY SEMI STY SIDEBY STY SPELL-AM EXE SPELL-AM HLP
WORD PIF WORD_DCA DOC WORD_DCA EXE

20 File(s) 6910272 bytes free
FIGURE 6




Insert THE FOLDER SYSTEM disk in Drive 'A' and make the following entry:
'A:AUTOINST'.

NOTE: This installation procedure is only valid if the MS-Word program is
installed in "C:\WORD" directory. Special instructions for alternate
installations and customizations are contained under Special Installation
Instructions.

STARTING THE FOLDERS SYSTEM

Enter 'CD C:\WORD' to change to the MS-Word directory, then enter MSWSTART.
After a bit of whirring, flashing progress report notices on the screen, etc,
you will be asked:

a) to enter the description of a MS-Word file to be created. Enter a any
description you like, containing any letters you want - the only restriction is
that it must contain at least one Alpha-numeric character (A through Z or 0
through 9). (*)

b) Next enter the name of the folder in which to place the document. Up to 8
characters are available for the name. Use only alpha-numeric characters.

c) Next you will asked if you want to "START MS-Word? [Y]/N". Should you answer
"N", the program will return to the MAIN MENU. The document you created will be
listed on the screen.

FIRST TIME USE ONLY: If you are using either a supplemental program you should
answer "N" at this point to be able to setup your copy of THE FOLDER SYSTEM to
the the supplemental program. See discussion of "SUPPLEMENTAL PROGRAMS" under
SET-UP MAIN MENU section of the manual below. If you are not using a
supplemental program, answer "Y". MS-Word will be started and the document you
just created loaded into MS-Word.

At this point you are using the MS-Word software. THE FOLDERS SYSTEM does not
modify the MS-Word program in any way. Edit your document as you like, but a
word of caution. TO EXIT ALWAYS USE THE MS word "QUIT" routine. MS-Word provides
alternate ways to save a file and exit - you can change the name, place it in a
different DOS directory, etc. etc. The problem with these options is that THE
FOLDER SYSTEM relies on the DOS directory and file name it assigned the program
to find it again. Any change will make it impossible for THE FOLDER SYSTEM to
find the file again.


THE MAIN MENU

Note: Before editing or creating new documents, please check the current SET-UP
of THE FOLDERS SYSTEM. See the SET-UP MENU screen below.

Referring back to FIGURE 3, please note the bottom portion of the screen. The
commands listed there are: E: Edit; C: Create; R: Revise; F: Folders; S: SetUp.
There are, in addition, 4 functions to control the position of the selector
arrow and two F-keys -F1: Help and F2: Utilities.

Explanation of Commands

EEDIT Opens the MS-Word document file indicated by the Selector for
editing.
CCREATE Starts a new document file. During its creation you:
a) Must assign a description to the MS-Word file of up to 35
letters in length.
b) Must indicate which folder it is to be filed in. If the
folder does not exist, you will be given an opportunity to
start the folder (See FFOLDER below for restriction on
starting a new folder);


c)Once you have defined the new document file, you will be
asked if you wish to go directly to MS-Word or merely
record the new entry for future use.


RREVISE Renames the FOLDERS description.

FFOLDER Lists the active folders for the Directory in use. A single
folder may be selected for display by pressing "S" or all
folders by pressing "A". In order to start a new folder when
you create a new document, you must have selected "A" to
display all folders.

SSET-UP The current setup of FOLDERS will be displayed. Press "S" then
F1 for a help screen of the SET-UP functions.

SELECTOR Moves the selector arrow up or down.

F1HELP Displays the HELP screen.

F2UTILITIES A separate screen of utilities for FOLDERS will appear.
These include:
1) A utility to delete selected document.
2) A utility to transfer Document to another FOLDER within
the same Directory.
3) A utility to add documents to special Back-Up Directory.
4) A utility to retrieve documents from the Back-Up
Directory.

EscQUIT Terminate "THE FOLDER SYSTEM" program.




SET-UP MENU

DDirectory A listing of available directories within the FOLDERS system
will appear. A directory may be created by: a) ENTERING the
Drive letter ("C", "D", "E" or "F"); b) ENTERING the Directory
name to use. If it does not already exist, you may create it at
this point or abort the creation of the directory. (NOTE: A
maximum of 20 directories is permitted.)

CCommand The default starting command is "WORD" for MS-Word. If a "front-
end" program is being used with MS-Word, the COMMAND should be
changed to correspond. SEE Special Installation Instructions
for instructions on customizing other "front-end" programs to
work in conjunction with THE FOLDERS SYSTEM.

SSave Save the changes made to the SET-UP.(*)

RRe-Set Re-set SET-UPs to the original default settings.

F1Help Display the appropriate help screen.

EscReturn Return to the Main Menu.(*)

(*) - will appear on the screen only when use is appropriate.



DIRECTORY MENU

From this menu you may change the directory where you keep your MS-Word files.
There are up to 20 different directories possible under the FOLDERS system:


SSelect Select for use the directory indicated by the SELECTOR
arrow on the screen. A selection of a new directory will not
change any other SetUp setting, but it will eliminate any
folder selection made under "F" on the Main Menu.


CCreate If you wish to start a new directory, press "C". You
will be asked to enter: a) Disk drive to use - C, D, E, or F
are permitted provided they are installed on your machine.

b) Directory to be used - any eight letter designation may be
used. If the Directory does not already exist on your disk
drive, you will be asked to confirm that you want to start it.

Upon completion of the creation of a new directory, the program
will automatically return to the SET-UP Menu. In order to
commence using the new directory, you will then have to press
"S" for "SAVE, then use" new directory. If you are making other
changes to the SET-UP, please do so before pressing "S".


DDelete Delete the directory entry. This will delete the
entry within THE FOLDER SYSTEM of the directory indicated by
the selector arrow. It will NOT eliminate from the hard disk
the DOS directory or the contents of that directory. Therefore,
should you wish to re-establish the directory, create it again
and it will appear complete with contents. This feature may be
used to create "hidden" directories available for use only if
the name is known.

You must use the Operating System delete functions to remove the
contents of Directory completely from a hard disk.

Selector Move the selector arrow up or down.

F1Help Show the appropriate HELP screen.

EscReturn Return to the Main Menu.


FOLDERS MENU

WHAT IS A FOLDER?

Perhaps a little review of FIGURE 1 can help explain how the FOLDERS program
keeps MS- Word records for you. You may have up to 40 folders in each drawer
(Directory) and 20 drawers (Directories) in each file cabinet (i.e. disk drive).
You may have virtually unlimited numbers of Documents in each folder.

The FOLDERS function keeps track of the folders that you have created in any one
Directory and permits you to select an individual folder to be displayed. Move
the pointer to the folder name to be used. then press "S".

If you want to display all folders at once, press "A". The folders will be
displayed in alphabetic order, first by folder name, then by description of the
documents in the folder.

SSELECT Select the Folder indicated by the Selector arrow for
use. Document descriptions in that Folder only will be
displayed on the Main Menu.


AALL Display on the Main Menu all Descriptions of all documents
within the current Directory.

SELECTOR Move the selector arrow up or down.


F1HELP Display the appropriate HELP screen.

EscRETURN Return to the Main Menu.


UTILITY MENU

DDELETE Delete file indicated by selector arrow on the screen.
You will be asked to confirm the deletion. This utility removes
the listing of the document from THE FOLDER SYSTEM and deletes
the MS-Word file from your hard disk. BE ABSOLUTELY SURE THAT
YOU WANT TO DELETE THE FILE before using.


SSELECT Select the Folder indicated by the Selector arrow for

TTRANSFER Transfer a document together with its description to
another folder. Appropriate prompts will lead you through the
process. You may not transfer a document into a Folder where
there already exists another document with precisely the same
description. Alter the existing document description, if
necessary. The insertion of an extra space between words in the
description will suffice.

BBACK-UP Prepares a special MSWBAKUP directory preparatory to backing up
the document files.

Actual backing-up of this special directory to floppy disks or tape must be done
with the back-up method of your choice. You may add to an existing MSWBAKUP
directory or erase the contents and start anew. The document will be deleted
from THE FOLDER SYSTEM as the document is transferred to the MSWBAKUP directory.
If you have already commenced using the BACK-UP utility, you will asked if you
want to erase the old "MSWBAKUP" files. ANSWERING "YES" WILL ERASE THE CONTENTS
OF THE SPECIAL DIRECTORY FROM THE HARD DISK. DON'T ANSWER "YES" UNLESS YOU HAVE
TRANSFERRED THE CONTENTS OF THE SPECIAL BACK-UP DIRECTORY (MSWBAKUP) TO A FLOPPY
DISK OR TAPE and are ready to start a new back-up series. SEE Notes below.

RRESTORE Restore a document file from special MSWBAKUP directory for use by THE
FOLDER SYSTEM.

Actual restoration of this special directory from floppy disks or tape to the
hard disk must be done with the back-up method of your choice.

ERASE "BAK" If you have turned on the automatic backup feature of MS-Word,
it will recreate a file called "{filename}.BAK" each time you
save your document. This "BAK" file will contain the previous
version of the Document. Such files, when no longer needed,
occupy valuable disk space. The ERASE utility will delete the
"BAK" file of the Document indicated by the Selector arrow.

SELECTOR Move the selector arrow to designate a directory for selection
or deletion.

F1HELP Show appropriate HELP screen.

EscRETURN Return to the Main Menu.

IMPORTANT NOTES ON BACK-UP AND RESTORE

THE FOLDERS SYSTEM merely prepares a special directory for you to use with
whatever Back-Up and Restore system you use. This special directory is located
on the disk drive in use. (Line 3 of the screen give this information). Separate

special back-up directories are created ("C:\MSWBAKUP", "D:\MSWBAKUP", etc.) for
each disk drive (C: through F:). Each of these directories will contain two type
of files: a) The special data base created by THE FOLDERS SYSTEM to keep track
of the files by description - these files are "MSWBAKUP.DAT" (data base data)

and "MSWBAKUP.INX" (the index to the data base); and b)Individual document files
with filename extension such as ".000", ."001", etc.



These elements of the back-up folder form an INTEGRAL UNIT and MUST NOT be
separated in the back-up procedure. The contents of the special directory also
MUST NOT be combined with back-ups made at different times. Each time you
back-up, back-up the entire contents to a disk that contains no other back-up,
label the disk by subject; date and any other identifying information you deem
appropriate.

Some recommendations:

1) You may add to the special back-up directory as long as you like
provided you do not erase the existing back-up directory. Answer "N"
when asked if the old back-up should be erased.

2) If size of the contents of the special directory does not exceed the
capacity of your floppy disk drives, you may use the DOS copy command
to copy the contents onto a floppy disk (e.g. "COPY C:\MSWBAKUP\*.*
A:"). Again, do not mix with previously backed-up or any other files.


3) You may use the BACK-UP and RESTORE routines of THE FOLDERS SYSTEM to
transfer documents between Directories, provided the Directories are on
the same disk drive. Back-up the document, change directories, then
restore the document.

THE GENERAL CONCEPT

Now that you have reviewed how THE FOLDERS SYSTEM is used, let us review how you
should employ it to keep your files of documents. Again, reverting back to
FIGURE 1, try to visualize how you would normally keep files of paper documents.
You would not, for example, place a large folder in an empty file cabinet and
stuff all your documents into the one folder. In a multi-drawer filing cabinet,
you would not place all your file folders in a single drawer, but would divide
the contents by general subject matter between the different drawers. With a
little forethought the same principles can be followed in using THE FOLDER
SYSTEM, i.e.:

-If you have more than one hard disk drive, say "C:" and "D:", use each
drive as separate filing cabinet in order to distribute the documents
files more evenly between the two drives. Make "C:" the personal filing
cabinet and "D:" the business filing cabinet, for example.

-Create different directories for the broad categories of files you
keep. For example, for a computer in use in the home environment, you
might want to create directories such as WILLIAM, JOHN, ROBERT,
ELEANOR, GENERAL, BUSINESS, SCOUTS, CHURCH, THENOVEL, etc. - each drawer
representing either the user or subject matter of the contents. Remember
there are up to twenty such drawers available for each disk drive.

-Avoid the temptation to create general catch-all folders like MISC,
MYSTUFF, etc. Divide your drawer either chronologically or by subject,
e.g.: JAN89, FEB89, etc. or HISTORY, ENGLISH, CLIENTS, etc. By doing
so, you should be able to have folders such as:
"C:\BUSINESS\LETTERS\JAN89", "C:\WILLIAM\HOMEWORK\ENGLISH" or
"C:\ROBERT\HISTORY\PRE1776", etc. The number of folders per drawer is
large (40 is the limit), so you should not feel the need to stuff
everything into only a few. Remember the whole point of THE FOLDER
SYSTEM is to assist you in finding files.




IMPORTING EXISTING MS-Word FILES

You may import existing MS-Word files into THE FOLDER SYSTEM by using MS-Word
retrieval capacities.


Special Installation Instructions

HOW THE FOLDER SYSTEM WORKS

A little explanation of how THE FOLDER SYSTEM works will, perhaps, help you
customize the program to your particular needs. MS-Word, like many other
programs, allows you to place "parameters" after the file name. For example:

- The command to start MS-Word is WORD.
- The command to start MS-Word and load a file called MYFILE.DOC found
in directory C:\WORD\LETTERS for editing is WORD
C:\WORD\LETTERS\MYFILE.DOC.

Good enough. If you could remember all this stuff every time you start your
MS-Word program, and remember what the contents of MYFILE.DOC were, you could go
directly to editing the file you want. THE FOLDER SYSTEM does all this for you,
but it needs a little help from Operating System "batch files". If you are not
familiar with what a DOS batch file is, you should look it up in your operating
system manual. In very brief, a batch file is a file that always has the file
extension ".BAT" and when invoked, executes the contents as if they were entered
from the keyboard.


THE FOLDER SYSTEM starts with a batch file called MSWSTART.BAT. The contents of
this batch file are:

Batch file text Meaning
ECHO OFF>NUL Don't show commands on the screen.
CLS Clear the screen.
IF EXIST CONTINUE.BAT DEL CONTINUE.BAT
Delete CONTINUE.BAT if it exists.
FOLDERS Start the program called FOLDERS.EXE.
CONTINUE When FOLDERS.EXE finished, execute CONTINUE.BAT.

There would seem to be a problem here - we deleted the batch file called
CONTINUE.BAT, then we tell the computer to execute CONTINUE.BAT after it
executes FOLDERS.EXE. One of the basic purposes of FOLDERS.EXE is write the
batch file called CONTINUE.BAT. A typical content of CONTINUE.BAT would be:

Batch file text Meaning
ECHO OFF>NUL Don't show commands on the screen.
CLS Clear the screen.
WORD C:\WORD\LETTERS\MYFILE.DOC
Execute MS-Word, load the document MYFILE.DOC to be
found in directory C:\WORD and in Folder LETTERS.
MSWSTART When finished with MS-Word, return to THE FOLDERS
SYSTEM.

When you quit THE FOLDERS SYSTEM, the CONTINUE.BAT will read:

Batch file text Meaning
ECHO OFF>NUL Don't show commands on the screen.
CLS Clear the screen.
MSWSTOP Execute the batch file called MSWSTOP.BAT.




The unmodified text for MSWSTOP.BAT is:

Batch file text Meaning
ECHO OFF>NUL Don't show commands on the screen.
CLS Clear the screen.
C: Go to the "C" disk, show prompt.

Diagram of THE FOLDERS SYSTEM


If you are not using any "front-end" program in conjunction with MS-Word, the
following is a diagram of how the various programs and batch files
inter-connect:


> C:\WORD >


> MSWSTART.BAT


FOLDERS.EXE


< CONTINUE.BAT


< MSWSTOP.BAT



Modifying to Exit to Another Program

Let us assume you are using a menu program on your computer and you want THE
FOLDER SYSTEM to exit to that program when you are finished with MS-Word. Let
us also assume that the menu program is located in the root directory of drive
"C:" (C:\) and that the command to invoke the menu program is "AUTO". You must
add the following lines to MSWSTOP.BAT to cause it not to return to C:\WORD:

Batch file text Meaning
CD C:\ Change directories to root
directory of Drive C:.
AUTO Start menu program.

Using MS-Word to modify MSWSTOP.BAT. You can use MS-Word itself to modify a
batch file. In the case of MS-Word , start at the C:\WORD directory. For at the
C:\WORD directory. Enter WORD MSWSTART.BAT. The text of the batch file will
appear on your screen. Add the two lines so that the text reads:

ECHO OFF>NUL
CLS
C:
CD C:\
AUTO

To save the file, the follow instructions for savign in ASCII format (See you
MS-Word Manual).


NOTE: You may encounter a symbol "^Z" at the bottom of the batch file text,
Always delete this symbol. "^Z" is the marker placed by some text editors to
mark the end of a file. If you leave it in the text and add more text after the
"^Z" symbol, all such additions will be ignored.



Modifying "Front End" Programs

You may be using a "front end" programs for MS-Word to activate special
features. Such "front end" programs start with a batch file ({filename}.BAT).
Below is a diagram of how such a "front end" program interacts with THE FOLDER
SYSTEM and MS- Word:



> C:\WORD >


> MSWSTART.BAT


FOLDERS.EXE


>
S
< P
E
SPECIAL.EXE C
I
A
WORD.COM L
.
> B
< A
T
SPECIAL.EXE


< CONTINUE.BAT


< MSWSTOP.BAT


Using SPECIAL.BAT an example, here is an explanation of how to create batch
files to use a "front end" program called "SPECIAL.EXE" within MSWFOLDR:

Command Explanation
ECHO OFF>NUL
CLS
SPECIAL>NUL
WORD %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 The % marks followed by a number
is to identify the parameters to
be passed to MS-Word - here 5 are
permitted.
MSWSTART Return to MSWSTART after exiting
MS-Word.


The conversion of an existing batch file to one that can be used by THE FOLDER
SYSTEM consists basically of two elements:

1) adding the "%1 %2 %3 %4 %5" set of parameter handling symbols to
each occurrence of a program command in the batch file. In the
examples above, WORD is a command to start MS-Word, and 2) adding
MSWSTART at the end of the batch file.

NOTE: You may encounter a symbol "^Z" at the bottom of the batch file
text, Always delete this symbol. "^Z" is the marker placed by some text
editors to mark the end of the file. If you leave it in the text and add
more text after the "^Z" symbol, all such additions will be ignored.



Non-Standard Installation of MS-Word

If you have installed MS-Word in a different manner than called for by the
MS-Word manual, THE FOLDER SYSTEM automatic installation program will not work.
You will have to install THE FOLDER SYSTEM manually. Here is a general guide as
to how to install the program:


Copy from THE FOLDER SYSTEM program disk the following to the disk drive and
directory where the MS-Word program is installed: 1. All batch files (".BAT"
extension); 2. FOLDERS.EXE; and Log on to the drive and directory where the
MS-Word and THE FOLDER SYSTEM is install and enter MSWSTART.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


MS-Word is the trademark of the MICROSOFT.



Should you wish to order the registered version of THE FOLDERS SYSTEM, an order
form is attached for your convenience.

REGISTRATION FORM FOR: FOLDERS [Ver 1.0 MsW]
Name:_____________________________________________________
(First Name MI Last Name)
Address: _____________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________

______________________________ ___ _____________
(City) (State) (ZIP)

__ COPIES OF FOLDERS [Ver 1.0 MSW] $30.00 ea. ____________.00
Pennsylvania residents add 6% sales tax
($1.80 per copy) ____________.__
TOTAL____________.____

[_] 5 1/4 or [_] 3 1/2 diskettes

Please allow three or four weeks for delivery. Check or
money order only.
MAIL TO: ElBee Enterprizes
419 S. Richard St.
Bedford, PA 15522
Date:___/____/_________ [Form MSW 1.0 Rev.02/15/90]

THE FOLDER SYSTEM is also available for WordPerfect 4.2/50, PC-
Write, Galaxy, and PC-Type. Please make inquiries.





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