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PC-DISK LABEL prints out disk labels for 3.5" and 5.25" disks and saves them for later reference or reprinting. PC-DISK LABEL (PCDL) is a simple program that can help organize a computer user's disk collection and, at the very least, make every disk label legible to the untrained eye. On each label, PCDL can print four lines of 22 characters and a fifth line of 74 characters in compressed mode. PCDL can even print multiple copies, invaluable for those who need to back up their hard disks often or the professional distributing software. Labels can be produced in three sizes for 3.5" disks and three sizes for 5.25" disks. A routine is included which prints labels to match 25 stock label dimensions. PCDL is easy to use and works with IBM, Epson, Okidata, and Hewlett Packard printers.
Disk No: 1192 Disk Title: PC-Disk Label II PC-SIG Version: S2.1 Program Title: PC-Disk Label II Author Version: 3.0C Author Registration: $25.00 Special Requirements: Printer PC-DISK LABEL prints out disk labels for 3.5 inch and 5.25 inch disks and saves them for later reference or reprinting. PC-DISK LABEL (PCDL) is a simple program that can help organize a computer user's disk collection and, at the very least, make every disk label legible to the untrained eye. On each label PCDL can print four lines of 22 characters and a fifth line of 74 characters in compressed mode. PCDL can print multiple copies, which is invaluable for those who need to back up their hard disks often or the professional distributing software. Labels can be produced in three sizes for 3.5 inch disks and three sizes for 5.25 inch disks. A routine is included which prints labels to match 25 stock label dimensions. PCDL is easy to use and works with IBM, Epson, Okidata, and Hewlett Packard printers. PC-SIG 1030D East Duane Avenue Sunnyvale Ca. 94086 (408) 730-9291 (c) Copyright 1989 PC-SIG, Inc.
PC-DISK LABEL II 3.0S BY CARL F. MIESCKE COPYRIGHT 1987,1988,1989 - CARL F. MIESCKE DOCUMENTATION MANUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION....................................... 1. DATA ENTRY/PRINTING PROCESS........................ 3. PROGRAM CONFIGURATION.............................. 3. REGISTRATION MESSAGE............................... 3. DATA ADDRESS/PATH DESIGNATION...................... 3. PRINTER CONFIGURATION.............................. 4. PROGRAM FEATURES................................... 5. LICENSE AGREEMENT.................................. 7. MULTI-USER PACKAGES................................ 8. TECHNICAL SUPPORT.................................. 8. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS................................ 9. THE PC-DISK LABEL DISK.............................10. REGISTRATION.......................................11. INSTALLATION OF PC-DISK LABEL......................12. TWO DISK DRIVE SYSTEM.......................12. HARD DISK SYSTEM............................15. START-UP OF PC-DISK LABEL..........................16. TUTORIAL - USING PC-DISK LABEL 2.6.................17. EXITING PC-DISK LABEL..............................18. CREDITS............................................19. FOTO 64, INC. - PO BOX 2130 - SARATOGA, CA 95070-2130 THIS IS A "SHAREWARE" PROGRAM ************************************************************* * PC-DISK LABEL 3.0S * * * * PC-DISK LABEL 3.0C IS DISTRIBUTED UNDER THE SHAREWARE * * CONCEPT. IT IS A FULLY OPERATIONAL AND COPYRIGHTED * * PROGRAM WHICH YOU ARE ABLE TO TRY BEFORE BUYING.. * * * * .....IT IS NOT PUBLIC DOMAIN OR FREEWARE.......... * * * * USERS HAVE A RESPONSIBILITY TO REGISTER PC-DISK LABEL * * IF IT IS USED AS A PART OF THEIR COMPUTER OPERATION. * * * ************************************************************* Register your copy of PC-DISK LABEL II now....... Your support makes possible the continued development of PC- DISK LABEL 3.0 and of other shareware programs - without your support the shareware concept will fail and high quality low cost programs will cease to exist. Send the completed registration with your check for $30.00 to FOTO 64, INC. P.O. BOX 2130, SARATOGA, CA 95070-2130. YOUR SUPPORT WILL HELP MEET THE COSTS INCURRED DURING THE DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF THIS PROGRAM................. Shareware authors have faith in your integrity. "There is no better buy than shareware." FOR A COPY OF THE REGISTRATION FORM, RUN THE PROGRAM PRTREG ON THE OPERATIONS DISK. 1. INTRODUCTION THE LABEL MAKER FOR ALL DISK AND SOFTWARE STORAGE. ...TESTED AND PROVED IN A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT... PC-DISK LABEL II VERSION 3.0 COPYRIGHT CARL F. MIESCKE .. 1986 - 1989 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PC-DISK LABEL has been developed to support the labelling of software storage devices. It consists of seven routines, all of which are accessible from a main PC-DISK LABEL menu. They consist of three label editing/printing routine, two support utilities, and a help/informational program. The program is designed to be interactive with the user, is 100% menu driven, and makes liberal use of text screens which guide the user through the program operations........Like all programs by the author, They are supported by extensive error routines which will protect the data from most user errors. Every effort has been made to provide a program which will provide trouble free operation. Should you encounter any difficulties a note to FOTO 64, INC. would be appreciated, and assure correction in future versions of PC-DISK LABEL. The author and FOTO 64, INC. assumes no responsibility for lost data resulting from the use of this program. It is sold on an as is basis. 2. PC-DISK LABEL was developed for and use on the IBM PC/XT/AT and true compatible machines. Occasional difficulties may be experienced when operation this program on machines which are not truly compatible with the IBM system. Should you encounter problems contact FOTO 64, Inc at 408-243-6848. If you have not already done so, please return the your registration. A copy may be obtained by running PRTREG.BAT located on the PC-DISK LABEL disk.This will allow Foto 64 to set up your tech file. This will enable the best service to be provided to you, and will assure that you will receive information on PC-DISK LABEL up dates , as well as information on other programs by the author and Foto 64. Three label editing/printing routines may be accessed from the main menu. Two of these are designed to utilized predesignated label widths. The labels designed for the 3 1/2" disks measure 2 3/4" wide while those for the 5 1/4 in floppy disks measure 5" in length. In both of these routines a variety of label heights may be designated. In the Multi-format routine the user may select from a variety 25 label dimensions ranging from 1/2" x 2 1/2" to 2" x 5". This diversity of selections accommodates a variety label format requirements. With these three routines the user has the ability to label any data storage devices or hardware used. Entered data may be printed, saved to a disk file, and/or recalled for editing and printing at a later session. All data will be printed, saved, and recalled in the format entered on the screen. WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET... 3. THE DATA ENTER & PRINTING PROCESS The label development process is essentially the same for all three label routines. The user selects the routine from the main menu, selects the label size being used from the routine menu , enters/edits the label data, and prints the labels required. In all cases the entered data may be saved to a disk file, and recalled from storage at a later session. In all cases storage access is from the routine menu. Exiting the routine to the main menu erases all data in memory. PROGRAM CONFIGURATION When PC-DISK LABEL is initiated files the configuration files CONFIG.DRV an PR.DEF are read and operational system is set to those specifications. These specifications and their modification are discussed in the following paragraphs.. REGISTRATION MESSAGE The registration message and number appearing on the introductory screen may be changed by entering "ALT + R" at the main menu. NOTE..This is only possible if the access code sent with the registration is available. With out the proper access code a nonregistered notice will be displayed. DATA ADDRESS/PATH DESIGNATION The data drive/directory path may be changed by entering the "HOME" key at the main menu. The program will prompt of the new data drive. After entering the new drive the directory of that 4. selection will be displayed. Options for creating a new directory, erasing a directory, and changing a directory will be available. When completed enter selection for the main menu. The program will provide the opportunity to rewrite or not to rewrite the data configuration file. The data path may be changed during the session with out modifying the configuration file. PRINTER CONFIGURATION PC-DISK LABEL 3.0 has be delivered with the printer configuration is set for printer port "LPT1" and for printer type "IBM GRAPHIC PRINTER". If this configuration is not compatible with the printer being used this may be changed by entering "ALT + P" at the main PC-DISK LABEL MENU. Output ports "LPT1", "LPT2", "LPT3", "COM1", "COM2", and "COM3" may be designated. Compatible selections are provided for "IBM", "OKIDATA", "EPSON", and "Hewlett Packard" dot matrix printers. If a COM port is selection a list of designated options may be entered. 5. PROGRAM FEATURES ** FEATURES OF PC-DISK LABEL 3.0 ** ** GENERAL OPERATIONS ** PC-DISK LABEL (LABEL) ROUTINE This routine is the controlling routine and contains the main operations menu. All program operations are initiated from this routine. Access to the three editing, printing, and disk operations routines are entered by highlighting the appropriate window. When PC-DISK LABEL is initiated, two configuration files are read and the program data address and the output configuration is automatically set. These configuration files may be modified from this routine, and if desired, the new data address may be saved to the configuration file. The next time PC-DISK LABEL is started, the new configuration will be read. LABEL EDIT/PRINT ROUTINES These routines permit the creation, editing, saving, and recalling of the disk label data. The 3 1/2" and 5 1/4" disk label routines are specifically designed to develop labels for these formats. The Multi-format routine permits selecting one of 25 label formats to meet the format of data storage devices being used. 6. WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET All label data printed by the print routine of PC-DISK LABEL must be entered or recalled within these routines. Entered message data will be printed, save, and recalled in the same format as developed. GENERAL FEATURES TO BE REMEMBERED. A data file address (Drive and Directory) may be saved to a configuration file. PC-DISK LABEL on initiation will read the configuration file and set the data address automatically. The data file address may be changed during a working session with out changing the configuration file. Permits data drive designation of A through N. Validates the presence and readiness of drive selected. A Directory may be changed, created, and removed without exiting the program. Multiple level directories are supported. On-screen help is available on input routines. Output and printer configurations may be set for most printers and computer output ports. 7. LICENSE AGREEMENT PC-DISK LABEL was copyrighted in 1987, 1988, and 1989 and is protected by the copyright laws of the United States of America. The original and all copies of PC-DISK LABEL shall remain the property of Foto 64, Inc. and the author. Your use of PC-DISK LABEL constitutes your agreement with the following conditions. This copy of PC-DISK LABEL and all backup copies are the property of the author. Registered users are licensed to operate PC-DISK LABEL on one computer in a single user environment. You may make back up copies of PC-DISK LABEL as necessary for use on a single computer system, and to assure security of the original disk. You may make disk copies of the original PC-DISK LABEL disks for distribution or to share with other computer users. You may not charge for this service. You may not share your registration access code or registration number with other computer users when sharing disk copies with others. You will not modify, reorganize, transfer, disassemble, or remove from operation any PC-DISK LABEL files, documentation, credits, or routines. 8. Deviation from the above conditions shall be constituted a violation of your license agreement. Under such conditions, FOTO 64, Inc. and/or the author may declare the agreement null and void and require the return of the original PC-DISK LABEL disk and all backup and working copies. Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to provide an operating program which is free from operational defects. PC-DISK LABEL is licensed on an as-is basis and neither FOTO 64, Inc. or the author can be held liable for lost data, lost time, or computer incompatibility. MULTI-USER PACKAGES If PC-DISK LABEL 3.0(c)is to be used on a network, multi-user system, or on more than one computer, contact the author for a multi-user licensing agreement. TECHNICAL SUPPORT Technical support is available to registered users only. To assure support, please complete the registration form fully and return it to Foto 64, Inc. with your check for $25.00. You will receive by return mail your registration package within two weeks. 9. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS COMPUTER: IBM PC/XT/AT OR TRUE COMPATIBLE MACHINES AVAILABLE RAM RECOMMENDED MINIMUM 128K ONE 5 1/4" FLOPPY DRIVE PLUS A DISK DRIVES SECOND DRIVE OF ANY CONFIGURATION. GRAPHICS ADAPTER IBM MGA AND/OR CGA OR TRUE COMPATIBLE. HERCULES MGA ONLY. MONITOR IBM MONO GRAPHIC OR COLOR GRAPHIC MONITOR OR EQUIVALENT. MONO MONITORS DRIVEN WITH A COMPOSITE INPUT FROM A COLOR GRAPHICS ADAPTER NOT ADVISED. PRINTER ANY COMPATIBLE GRAPHICS OR TEXT PRINTER.(IBM, Epson, H.P., and Okidata formats recognized.) OPERATING SYSTEM PC OR MS DOS 2.1 OR LATER. PC-DISK LABEL was programed on and designed for operation on true IBM compatible machines. Unfortunately, some compatibles are not 100% IBM equivalents. Every effort has been made to assure PC-DISK LABEL will be free from difficulties when operated on compatible equipment, however, problems may occasionally be encountered on such machines - should you encounter a problem, please drop a note to FOTO 64, Inc. describing the difficulty and your equipment configuration. This feedback will assist in the development of future versions of PC-DISK LABEL. 10. Assistance will be given to registered users to correct or circumvent the compatibility difficulty. THE PC-DISK LABEL DISK FILE FUNCTION ----------------------------------------------------------- LABEL.EXE..............PC-DISK LABEL controlling routine. LABEL10.EXE............Multi-format label routine. Enter, edit, print and save the label data. LABEL20.EXE............3 1/2" disk label routine. Enter, edit, print and save the label data. LABEL30.EXE............5 1/4" disk label routine. Enter, edit, print and save the label data. CONFILE.EXE............Enter serial and user code into the introductory screen. COLOR.EXE..............Software switch - switches from monographic system to the color graphics system. CONFIG.EXE.............Develops the printer configuration file. CONFIG.DRV.............Configuration file read by PC- DISK LABEL.EXE to set the default data address. PCDL.PAK...............Screen Library pack. PCO.PAK................Screen Library pack. HELP.PAK...............Help screen library pack. SPEEDSCR.COM...........Resident screen management module. (Software Bottling Company of N.Y.) MANUAl.DOC.............Installation documentation. 11. REGFORM.DOC............Registration form. PCDL.BAT...............PC-DISK LABEL start-up from CGA board. Loads resident screen program and initiates PC-DISK LABEL. PCDLD.BAT..............PC-DISK LABEL start-up from MGA board, transfers control to CGA board, loads resident screen program, and initiates PC-DISK LABEL. SHOWDOC.BAT............Displays MANUAL.DOC on screen. PRTDOC.BAT.............Prints hard copy of MANUAL.DOC. PR.DEF.................Printer configuration file. *.DEF..................Printer configuration selection files. TEST.LB1...............Multi-format sample label TEST.LB2...............3 1/2" disk sample label TEST.LB3...............5 1/4" disk sample label REGISTRATION Register your copy of PC-DISK LABEL(c) by filling out the registration form and returning it with your check for $30.00. This will establish your eligibility for technical assistance by both telephone and mail. In return you will receive the following: The registration/license number and access code for your copy of PC-DISK LABEL. Future upgrades of PC-DISK LABEL at a reduced cost. Instructions for securing technical support and a technical support service number. 12. INSTALLATION OF PC-DISK LABEL The installation of PC-DISK LABEL is simple. In fact, it may be operated directly from the master PC-DISK LABEL disk with no alterations, however, this is not recommended. The following steps are recommended for making your master working disk. 5 1/4" or 3 1/2" DISK DRIVES 1. Place a DOS system disk in drive A: and an unformatted disk in drive B:. Enter at the A: prompt the following: A>format B:/V. Enter the return key to initiate the format procedure. Follow the system instructions. When the formatting is complete, a prompt will request the entry of the volume label. Enter PCDL30S. DOS will validate the format and return to the system prompt. Do not format another disk. 2. Remove the disk from drive B: and label it PC- DISK LABEL SYSTEM MASTER. Set it aside for now. 3. Place a new blank disk in drive B: and format another disk without the /S command. Enter at the A: prompt the following: A>FORMAT B:/V. Follow the same process used in step #1. 4. Remove this disk from drive B: and label it PC- DISK LABEL DATA MASTER. 13. 5. Place the PC-DISK LABEL SYSTEM MASTER WORKING DISK in drive B:. 6. Copy COMMAND.COM to the master working disk. Enter: A>COPY COMMAND.COM B: 7. Place the master PC-DISK LABEL SYSTEM DISK in drive A: and COPY all files to the SYSTEM working disk in drive B:. Enter: A>COPY *.* B: 8. This completes the first stage of the PC-DISK LABEL installation. PC-DISK LABEL may now be operated, but the complete installation cannot be finished until the registration has been returned to FOTO 64, INC. and your registration/license number and access code have been received. When completed, the registrant's name and registration number will appear on the introductory screen. 9. Complete and return the registration card to FOTO 64. If you have not received the access code, go to the start-up procedure. 14. When you receive your registration/license number and the access code, proceed with steps 10 through 13. 10. Place the working master PC-DISK LABEL disk in drive A:, initiate by entering PCDL (A>PCDL), and proceed to the main menu. 11. Enter ALT+R. 12. The PC-DISK LABEL install screen will be displayed. You will be directed to enter a name or message, the registration number, and the access code. The message may be up to 32 characters and may consist of the registrant's name or any message such as, "REGISTERED TO JOHN DOE." The registration/license number must be entered exactly as received. The access code must be entered exactly as received, taking care to use the upper and lower case letters as indicated. Failure to do so will result in an error message. If the error message is ignored and the installation is continued, the introductory screen will display an unregistered copy notice. Complete this installation procedure for all working copies. When backup copies of the working disk are made in the future, it will not be necessary to complete steps 10 through 13 of the installation procedure. 15. 13. Return the master disk to a secure location. Do not lose the access code as it will be necessary should you need to modify the introductory message. DO NOT SHARE THE ACCESS CODE. Should the access code be lost, it may be reconstructed by FOTO 64, Inc from the registration number. Call for help. HARD DRIVES To install PC-DISK LABEL on a hard drive, observe the following steps: 14. Place your master PC-DISK LABEL master SYSTEM disk in A: 15. Change the system default to the drive on which PC-DISK LABEL is to be located. If drive C:, then enter A>C: 15. Make a directory called PCDL2 by entering C>MD PCDL2. 16. Change to the PCDL2 directory by entering C>CD\PCDL2. 17. Copy the master disk to the directory PCDL2. Enter C>COPY A:*.* 18. Complete and return the registration included on the PC-DISK LABEL system disk. To obtain a copy run the PRTREG.BAT program. (A>PRTREG) 16. 19. PC-DISK LABEL will now operate from the hard drive, but the installation procedure is not complete. When you receive your registration/license number and the access code, complete the installation procedure by running the configuration program. Just enter "ALT+R" at the main PC-DISK LABEL menu. Maintaining the data files in the same directory as the PC-DISK LABEL operation files is not recommended. The data files work best if placed in their own directory or directories. PC-MAIL, PC-POSTCARD, and PC-DISK LABEL data storage may be filed on the same data ADDRESS. PC-DISK LABEL will recognize all formats and will display appropriate files. This will reduce the need to exchange data addresses when printing the mailer. Data directories may be created, erased, and changed by entering HOME from the main PC-DISK LABEL menu. START-UP OF PC-DISK LABEL The program start-up sequence is critical to the proper operation of PC-DISK LABEL. To simplify this start-up, two batch files have been included on the master disk. If you are starting the program from a monographic or colorgraphic system, enter at the drive prompt PCDL (C>PCDL). If you have a dual color/bw system, enter PCDLD at the drive prompt (C>PCDLD) while in the monographic system. These start-up sequences must be followed. During start-up, the PC-DISK LABEL screen driver must be loaded before any other program. This includes residential programs such as SIDEKICK or XTREE. If you encounter difficulties with 17. program conflicts, try operating PC-DISK LABEL without other residential programs. If you still have difficulties, contact FOTO 64, Inc. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS START-UP PROCEDURE WILL RESULT IN AN UNREADABLE SCREEN!! After loading the support resident programs, PC-DISK LABEL will display the introductory screen and the status of the program registration. The PC-DISK LABEL menu screen will be displayed with the path of the PC-DISK LABEL data drive. If the configuration file is missing, you will be asked to reenter the path data and PC-DISK LABEL will create a new file. If this should happen, it will be necessary for you to reenter the registration data by entering ALT+R at the opening PC-DISK LABEL menu. To do this you will need the registration data and your access code. TUTORIAL USING PC-DISK LABEL 3.0(c) If you are experiencing difficulty using PC-DISK LABEL, perhaps the following information and directions will assist you. DATA FILE ADDRESSES PC-DISK LABEL data files may be located in the same directory as those of PC-MAIL, PC-POSTCARD,and PC-MAILER. PC-DISK LABEL will recognize the file types and will display only the files requested. 18. NOTE: The default data address may be changed within the program with out changing the configuration driver. ENTERING THE LABEL DATA. Enter the HELP ROUTINE from the PC-DISK LABEL main menu by entering "ALT+H". A portion of the help program is designed to serve as tutorial. Its review is recommended. EXITING PC-DISK LABEL ALWAYS EXIT PC-DISK LABEL FROM THE MAIN MENU BY ENTERING THE EXIT COMMAND. This assures a proper shut down of the routine and unloads the associated residence program and the screen libraries. 19. SUPPORT CREDITS Listing of Credits For Individual and Institutional Assistance During The Developmental Phases And For Continuing Support Of.. Program Development -- IBM Basic 3.0 * -- Microsoft Quick Basic 2.0, 3.0, 4.0 ** Program Compiler ----- Microsoft Quick Basic 2.0 ** Screen Development --- Flash Up, Speed Screen, and Soft Code *** Oper. Screen Support - Speed Screen *** Machine Support ------ IBM Personal Computer* **** Corvus Systems, Incorporated Consultation & Consistent Support - John Spitzer & Authors's Wife & Family. * International Business Machines Corporation - IBM(R) ** Microsoft Corporation *** Software Bottling Company of New York
FOTO 64 , INC REGISTRATION FORM - PC DISK LABEL 3.0S (C) PC-MAIL (C) COPYRIGHT 1989 FOTO 64, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED NAME___________________________________________ DATE_________________ ADDRESS_______________________________________________________________ CITY_________________________________ STATE ____ ZIP__________________ TELEPHONE_______________________________ REGISTRATION NUMBER SHOWN ON THE INTRODUCTORY PCDL SCREEN_____________ PC-MAIL IS BEING USED ON THE FOLLOWING SYSTEM COMPUTER _______________________________________ RAM _________________ SYSTEM USED: (MONOGRAPHIC) (CGA) (HERCULES) (OTHER ________________ DISK DRIVES (1) (2) (3) HARD DISK ____________________ CAPACITY MONITORS; NUMBER ___ : TYPE (COLOR) (MONO) (BOTH) TYPE OF APPLICATION OF PC-MAIL _______________________________________ PRINTER: MAKE_________________________________ MODEL _________________ COMMENTS WELCOMED: Please complete this form and mail with your check for $30.00 to the following address: FOTO 64, INC. SOFTWARE REGISTRATON PO BOX 2130 SARATOGA, CA 95070 PC-MAIL (C) FOTO 64, INC. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF PC-DISK LABLE. Your support will further the development of user supported software....
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