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The SALESEYE package is ideal for individuals in sales, because it is designed to help users keep track of prospects, leads, and those all- important memos. It has a highly developed system of ``tickler'' files designed to keep track of deadlines, calls to be returned, lunch appointments, etc. There is even a simple word processor, along commonly used letter formats. This is disk one of a two disk set. The tutorial is on disk 502. System Requirements: 256K, two floppies or a hard disk, monochrome display. How to Start: Read the README.1st file and then begin the Tutorial on Disk #502 by consulting the BEGINNIN.TXT for documentation. To run, enter SELL and pressing <ENTER>. Suggested Registration: To register this copy of SALESEYE and obtain a printed 240 page manual (includes a full Tutorial Manual, Reference Manual, Appendices, glossary and index), technical support, and upgrade notices, send a check for $89 less the amount you paid PC-SIG for these disks. File Descriptions: The First Disk Contains: CONFIG SYS Configuration file ???????? MEM Memory data files used by program MLETTER MLE Letter format MLEADS HIS Followup leads file SAMPLE ??? Sample leads files QTS???? SCR Help details file - 1 thru 5 MREPORT CDF Leads report MQUAL? CDF Leads file - 1-8 & 44 SELL EXE Main Program ???????? TIK Tickler file LEADS DBF Leads file SELL OV? Overlay 1 & 2 QTS COM Word processor MLEADS DBF Master lead data file README 1ST Notes on program The Second Disk Contains: ??? NDX dBase index files ??? DBF dBase database files INSTALL TXT Start-up instructions ??? HIS dBase history files ??? MEM dBase memory variable files LEADS HIS Leads follow-up file LEADS NDX Leads instruction file LEADS HDX Leads follow-up instructions QUAL? NDX Qualified leads index - 1 thru 7 QTMEMFIL MEM Memo file QUAL? CDF Qualified leads - 1 thru 7 TICKLERS TIK Tickler file TICKLERS NDX Tickler instructions BEGINNIN TXT Starting Instructions DEFAULTS MEM Defaults file ADDEFS MEM Additional definitions PRINTDEF MEM Definitions file THANKS TXT Draft Letter - 7 SURVEY TXT Draft Letter - 6 SE-LTR1 TXT Draft Letter - 5 PUR-LTR1 TXT Draft Letter - 4 PICS-? TXT Draft Letter - 1 thru 3 LESSON? TXT Lessons 1 thru 8
--------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disk No 502 SALESEYE TUTORIAL Vers 2.3 (DISK 2 of 2) v1 DS2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is the instruction diskette for Disk #501. The SALESEYE tutorial is designed to explain the various features of the package. It contains a series of lessons, documentation, and sample files. LEADS DBF Stores names, addresses, phone number, etc. LEADS NDX Index file. Helps keep LEADS.DBF file sorted. LEADS HIS History (ie notes, comments) for people stored in LEADS.DBF. LEADS HDX Index file. Helps keep LEADS.HIS file sorted. SAMPLE DBF Sample data file used in tutorial. SAMPLE NDX Index file. Helps keep SAMPLE.DBF file sorted. SAMPLE HIS Sample history file for SAMPLE.DBF. SAMPLE HDX Index file. Helps keep SAMPLE.HIS file sorted. QUAL? CDF Stores codes/descriptors (look-up tables) for user-defined fields. QUAL? NDX Index files. Help keep QUAL?.CDF files sorted. QTMEMFIL MEM System file. Stores user-defined field labels. TICKLERS TIK Stores appointments entered using ADD TICKLERS option. TICKLERS NDX Index file. Helps keep TICKLERS.TIK file sorted. PRINTDEF MEM Stores printed report options (margins, etc.). ADDEFS MEM Stores lead file input defaults. [ All files listed above MUST be present on a Data Disk for SALESEYE to run. SALESEYE can re-create any of these files when it initializes a Data Disk. ] INSTALL TXT Start-up Instructions LESSON? TXT Tutorial Lessons 1 thru 8 PUR-LTR1 TXT Sample Letter - 1 SE-LTR1 TXT Sample Letter - 2 THANKS TXT Sample Letter - 3 [ The above .TXT files are not essential to program operation. ] PC-SIG (Software Interest Group) 1030 East Duane Ave, Suite D Sunnyvale, CA 94086 (408) 730-9291
Program name: SALESEYE Version 2.3 Author name: High Caliber Systems, Inc. Address: 165 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10016 Telephone Number: 212-684-5553 Registration Fee: $ 89 less the money you paid for these disks (If PC-SIG disks cost $6 each, fee = $77) General Description: Do you often forget to get back in touch with people at the right time? Do you sometimes forget key details or facts about the people you are supposed to be staying in contact with? If so, SALESEYE should come in handy. Although SALESEYE is primarily intended to be used by salespeople to keep track of clients and prospects, it can also be used to keep track of friends, business contacts, and anyone else you call or write to over and over again. If you are the kind of person who doesn't want to be bothered designing file structures, screens, menus, etc. you will find SALESEYE a pleasure. Installation is simple and no programming knowledge is required. SALESEYE's beauty lies in the fact that it does NOT try to do everything a programmer's database like dBASE can do. What you get in return for giving up this flexibility is a nice, easy-to-use program that you can start using productively almost immediately. Key Features: SALESEYE is an integrated database manager, word processor and mail-merge program designed specifically for people who need to follow-up with other people on a regular basis. Detailed information, including an almost unlimited amount of notes and comments, may be searched, displayed, and/or printed in a variety of ways. Built-in word processing and "mail-merge" capabilities make generating personalized letters, envelopes and/or mailing labels a snap. Nine of the 35 fields in the database can be customized by you so you can store the information that is important in your application. The word processor has all "standard" features like word wrap, tabs, margin control, block copy/move/delete, search and search/replace, text centering, read/write external files, etc. It is very easy to use and ideal for creating form letters. -- SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS OPERATING SYSTEM - MS DOS or PC DOS, version 2.0 or higher HARDWARE - Two floppy disk drives of at least 360K capacity each or one high-capacity floppy with at least 700K capacity A hard disk (optional) 256K of RAM A monitor (monochrome or color) An 80 column printer INSTALLING SALESEYE FLOPPY DISK SYSTEMS These instructions assume that your floppy drives are called Drives A: and B: 1. Boot your computer and leave your DOS (system) disk in Drive A: 2. Insert the SALESEYE Program Disk (ie Disk #501) in Drive B: and copy a file named CONFIG.SYS from it to your DOS disk by entering... Enter... COPY B:CONFIG.SYS A: 3. Re-boot your computer. This step is very important! 4. Remove your DOS disk from Drive A: and replace it with the Program Disk (ie the disk in Drive B:) 5. Insert the SALESEYE Tutor Disk (ie Disk #502) in Drive B: 6. Enter... A: [ to log on to Drive A: and get an A> prompt ] SELL [ to start the program ] 7. The SALESEYE logo will appear and you will be asked to enter today's date. Do NOT enter a date. Just press the 'Return' (ie <cr>) key. A screen will appear that looks like this... ** CHANGE DATA DISK DRIVE DEFAULT ** Specify default Drive for Data Disk ?: C)ancel H)elp D)one :?: 11. You should now tell SALESEYE the drive you want to have your Data Disk in. Type in the letter 'B' (type over the question mark that appears after '... Data Disk'). Then enter a 'D' for Done on the horizontal menu line. 12. A new screen will appear that gives you some information about initializing Data Disks. You should enter 'I' for Initialize. 13. SALESEYE will now copy and/or create certain files that must be present for the program to run onto your Tutor Disk. -- 14. SALESEYE will tell you when it is finished initializing. After striking any key, the MAIN MENU should appear on your screen. This start-up process only has to be done when you use SALESEYE for the first time. To run SALESEYE from now on, simply boot your computer with the DOS disk that has the CONFIG.SYS file on it, insert the Program Disk in Drive A: and the Data Disk in Drive B:, and type SELL. It's that simple! HARD DISK SYSTEMS These instructions assume that your hard drive is Drive C: and your floppy drive is Drive A: 1. Put the SALESEYE Program Disk (ie Disk #501) in Drive A: 2. Make sure you are at the root directory of your hard disk: Enter... C: [ to log on to Drive C:, your hard disk ] CD \ 3. Check to see if a file named CONFIG.SYS is stored on the root directory: Enter... TYPE CONFIG.SYS If a message like 'FILE NOT FOUND' appears (ie the CONFIG.SYS file does not exist on the root), enter the following command... Enter... COPY A:CONFIG.SYS C: If something appeared on your screen when you TYPEd the CONFIG.SYS file, study what was displayed. If one of the lines displayed was 'FILES=n' where n is greater than or equal to 20, go to Step 4. If 'FILES=20' or greater does not appear, you must add a new line containing the command 'FILES=20' to the CONFIG.SYS file. You can do this using EDLIN or your favorite word processor. 4. Re-boot your computer by pressing the 'Ctrl', 'Alt', and 'Del' keys simultaneously. Don't forget to open the door on your floppy drive before re-booting and to close it again after the computer is booted. 5. Make a new subdirectory named SE (or anything you want) for the program: Enter... MD \SE 6. Move to this new subdirectory: Enter... CD \SE 7. Copy the contents of the SALESEYE Program Disk to this new subdirectory: Enter... COPY A:*.* C: -- 8. Copy the contents of the SALESEYE Tutor Disk (ie Disk #502) to this new subdirectory: Enter... COPY A:*.* C: You may now put your SALESEYE Disk away in a safe place. 9. Start up the program: Enter... SELL 10. The SALESEYE logo will appear and you will be asked to enter today's date. Do NOT enter a date. Just press the 'Return' (ie <cr>) key. A screen will appear that looks like this... ** CHANGE DATA DISK DRIVE DEFAULT ** Specify default Drive for Data Disk ?: C)ancel H)elp D)one :?: 11. You should now tell SALESEYE the drive you want to have your Data Disk in. Type in the letter 'C' (type over the question mark that appears after '... Data Disk'). Then enter a 'D' for Done on the horizontal menu line. 12. A new screen will appear that gives you some information about initializing Data Disks. You should enter 'I' for Initialize. 13. SALESEYE will now copy and/or create certain files that must be present for the program to run onto your hard disk. 14. SALESEYE will tell you when it is finished initializing. After striking any key, the MAIN MENU should appear on your screen. The start-up process outlined on this page only has to be done once. The next time you want to run the program, simply boot your computer, move to the sub- directory that contains the program (ie type 'CD \SE'), and then type 'SELL', its that simple! ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION Use the Word Processor in SALESEYE to view and print the tutorial lessons and other files on the Tutor Disk or \SE subdirectory. ---- End of INSTALL.TXT ----
Volume in drive A has no label Directory of A:\ LEADS DBF 2048 12-30-86 9:06a LEADS NDX 1024 12-30-86 9:06a LEADS HIS 1024 12-30-86 9:06a LEADS HDX 1024 12-30-86 9:06a SAMPLE DBF 2048 12-25-86 8:07a SAMPLE NDX 1024 12-25-86 8:07a SAMPLE HIS 1024 3-14-86 1:05p SAMPLE HDX 1024 12-25-86 8:06a QUAL1 CDF 2560 4-05-86 10:14p QUAL2 CDF 1536 4-05-86 10:14p QUAL3 CDF 3072 4-05-86 10:15p QUAL4 CDF 3072 4-05-86 10:15p QUAL44 CDF 3072 4-05-86 10:15p QUAL5 CDF 1536 4-05-86 10:16p QUAL7 CDF 1536 12-22-86 5:50p QUAL1 NDX 2048 4-05-86 10:14p QUAL2 NDX 1024 4-05-86 10:14p QUAL3 NDX 2560 4-05-86 10:15p QUAL4 NDX 3072 4-05-86 10:15p QUAL44 NDX 3072 4-05-86 10:15p QUAL5 NDX 1024 4-05-86 10:16p QUAL7 NDX 1024 12-25-86 8:05a QTMEMFIL MEM 512 4-05-86 10:16p TICKLERS TIK 1024 8-30-84 11:15a TICKLERS NDX 1024 12-25-86 8:06a PRINTDEF MEM 1536 12-25-86 8:07a ADDEFS MEM 512 4-05-86 10:17p INSTALL TXT 8842 12-31-86 12:22p LESSON1 TXT 37469 12-31-86 12:36p LESSON2 TXT 32374 12-31-86 12:42p LESSON3 TXT 23471 12-31-86 12:44p LESSON4 TXT 14004 12-31-86 12:46p LESSON5 TXT 15382 12-31-86 12:50p LESSON6 TXT 21614 12-31-86 12:53p LESSON7 TXT 17094 12-31-86 1:10p LESSON8 TXT 11189 12-31-86 1:13p PUR-LTR1 TXT 1433 12-26-86 12:00p SE-LTR1 TXT 1755 12-26-86 11:54a THANKS TXT 712 12-26-86 11:46a FILES502 TXT 1889 12-25-86 8:13a GO BAT 598 12-30-86 8:02a 41 file(s) 232882 bytes 79872 bytes free