Category : Word Processors
Archive   : PCWL103A.ZIP

Output of file : REGISTER.NOW contained in archive : PCWL103A.ZIP
PC-Write Lite Order Form

Send To: Quicksoft, Inc. - 219 First Ave N, #224 - Seattle, WA 98109

Phone Orders, 7am-5pm Pacific time: call 800-888-8088 or 206-282-0452
Fax Orders: 206-286-8802

Shipping Address for this Order: Registered User Mailing Address:

Name:____________________________ Name:____________________________

Company:_________________________ Company:_________________________

Address:_________________________ Address:_________________________

City,St,Zip:_____________________ City,St,Zip:_____________________

Day phone:_______________________ [] Use for Quicksoft mail only

Order date:______________________

Quantity Item Price TOTAL

____ Registered Package $79 _______
(Includes diskettes, user's guide, quick card,
basic technical support, newsletter for one
year, and user certificate)

Other items: (These items only available to users in the
U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.)

____ User's Guide w/User Certificate $39 _______

____ User's Certificate $16 _______

Subtract 20% for quantity 2 to 9 of any one item.
Call for larger orders, group licenses, etc.

Shipping & Handling: (S&H) $_______

U.S. add $ 5/Registered Package or User's Guide
Canada add $ 8/Registered Package or User's Guide
Overseas add $35/Registered Package
Company P.O. add $ 5 (only within the U.S. and Canada)
UPS COD order add $ 5 (only within the U.S.)
Rush handling add $ 5
Wash. orders add 8.2% sales tax.
TOTAL (U.S. dollars): $_________

Diskette Size: [] 5.25 inch [] 3.5 inch

Payment: [] Check [] Visa/MC [] PO [] COD

Visa/MC/PO#:______________________________ Exp. Date:____________


Thank you for your order!

  3 Responses to “Category : Word Processors
Archive   : PCWL103A.ZIP

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