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TAKOFF MINI ESTIMATOR was designed primarily for estimates and material take offs for general contractors. A master file of the cost of up to 6000 items (materials and/or labor) is maintained and individual estimates can be printed out by combining these items. The menu system makes it easy to change stock prices and print new estimates. This program may be suitable for other professions which use items with established costs. The registered version allows the user to edit the reports as ASCII files. SC-ESTIMATE is a billing program for general contractors. Separate entries are made for different types of work completed and the information is used to update an estimate. The program allows you to enter costs and payments to date as jobs progress, and progress estimates can be printed as necessary. SPC-ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE handles the accounts receivable for a small business. Separate account numbers for each payee track the person's address, phone number and tax code. Enter a short comment and six line address labels will be printed for the records that you select. Features: ~ Virtually unlimited accounts and records ~ Menu driven and very easy to use ~ Uses standard size paper to print statements ~ Generous sized descriptions for statements. The user may make charge or payment entries, record the date, a reference (such as an invoice number), a description and the type of payment. Reports include charges, payments, detailed account and summary reports, period reports, general statements and a Past Due Accounts report listing all outstanding balances of 30, 60 or 90 days. Records may be selected for interest charges on overdue payments.
Disk No: 1715 Disk Title: SPC-AR, Takoff, SC-Estimate PC-SIG Version: S1 Program Title: Author Version: 5.2 Author Registration: $6.95 per disk, or $14.95 for the set of three disk Special Requirements: None. If you are a home or small business computer user looking for a way to bring long-distance telephone bills under control, you might be interested in FONE. FONE is a database program for keeping track of telephone numbers and addresses. It compares the rates charged by different long-distance services between the area code of the user and that of the party being called, and, on a computer equipped with a modem, FONE will automatically dial a number in its directory. It can be used to time calls and indicate the cost of the call based on the long-distance service used and rate structure for that time of day. It also may be used to look up the correct area code for a particular city, or to provide a list of cities within a particular area code. FONE comes in three versions, each on its own disk; one for business users, one for residential users, and a third for international callers. The author provides quarterly updates of rate information to registered users. FONE combines features that will be familiar to users of communications and address or mailing list database programs, although the combination of features in a single program may be new. Telephone services acknowledged in this program may not always be complete or applicable for other parts of the country. For example, ACC service, which is popular among residential and business users in many areas of upstate New York is not included. FONE can be used easily by someone with little computer experience by following the menu prompts, so the lack of a manual is not a problem. Some users may, in fact, appreciate this as a convenience. Program Title: Takoff Author Version: 1.3 Author Registration: $20.00 Special Requirements: Unarchiving software. Three useful programs for the small businessman. Accounts Receivables and Past Due Account tracking are made simple and two estimating tools for contractors are provided. Calculate the single unit cost, or take off, of various materials and generate your labor billing for specific projects. SPC-AR handles the Accounts Receivables for a small business. Separate account numbers for each payee track the person's address, phone number and tax code. Enter a short comment and six line address labels will be printed for the records that you select. Make charge or payment entries, record the date, a reference (such as an invoice number), a description and the type of payment. Separate reports may be printed for charges and payments. Print detailed account and summary reports, period reports and general statements. Print a Past Due Accounts report listing all outstanding balances of 30, 60 or 90 days. Select records for interest charges for overdue payments. TAKOFF can generate a single unit cost for various materials. A master file records the unit cost for each item, which is used when creating an estimate. Since TAKOFF provides a single unit cost item, this program can be used for sales purposes as well as for material take offs by general contractors. SC-EST is a labor billing program for general contractors. Separate entries are made for different types of labor and the information is used to provide an estimate. The program allows you to enter costs as jobs progress, and progress estimates can be printed as necessary. Program Title: SC-Estimate Author Version: 2.0 Author Registration: $25.00 Special Requirements: Unarchiving software. Three useful programs for the small businessman. Accounts Receivables and Past Due Account tracking are made simple and two estimating tools for contractors are provided. Calculate the single unit cost, or take off, of various materials and generate your labor billing for specific projects. SPC-AR handles the Accounts Receivables for a small business. Separate account numbers for each payee track the person's address, phone number and tax code. Enter a short comment and six line address labels will be printed for the records that you select. Make charge or payment entries, record the date, a reference (such as an invoice number), a description and the type of payment. Separate reports may be printed for charges and payments. Print detailed account and summary reports, period reports and general statements. Print a Past Due Accounts report listing all outstanding balances of 30, 60 or 90 days. Select records for interest charges for overdue payments. TAKOFF can generate a single unit cost for various materials. A master file records the unit cost for each item, which is used when creating an estimate. Since TAKOFF provides a single unit cost item, this program can be used for sales purposes as well as for material take offs by general contractors. SC-EST is a labor billing program for general contractors. Separate entries are made for different types of labor and the information is used to provide an estimate. The program allows you to enter costs as jobs progress, and progress estimates can be printed as necessary. PC-SIG 1030D East Duane Avenue Sunnyvale Ca. 94086 (408) 730-9291 (c) Copyright 1989 PC-SIG, Inc.
╔═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╗ ║ <<<< Disk #1715 SPC-AR, TAKOFF, SC-ESTIMATE >>>> ║ ╠═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╣ ║ To use programs, you must first unarchive SPC-AR, TAKOFF, and SC-EST ║ ║ to your hard drive. ║ ║ ║ ║ To start SPC-AR program, type: SPC-AR ║ ║ ║ ║ To print SPC-AR documentation, type: COPY SPCAR.DOC PRN ║ ║ ║ ║ ║ ║ To Start TAKOFF program, type: TAKOFF ║ ║ ║ ║ To print TAKOFF documentation, type: COPY TAKOFF.DOC PRN ║ ║ ║ ║ ║ ║ To start SC-ESTIMATE program, type: SC-EST ║ ║ ║ ║ To print SC-ESTIMATE documentation, type: COPY SC-EST.DOC PRN ║ ╚═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╝
SC-ESTIMATE (version 2.0) This is a billing program for General Contractors. It allows for entering quantities as jobs progress. Progress estimates can be printed as necessary. Engineers may also find the program useful for the same purposes. Payments to date and retainages are maintained and printed on the estimates. You will be prompted for the company name and address when you first run the program. A file named "CONTRCTR.NAM" is built from this information. If you wish to change this information at a later date, simply delete this file. The program will then prompt for this information again. As with all software, backups should be made on a periodic basis to avoid losing your data files. Following is a description of the Menu options. FILE MAINTENANCE Option 1. Build Estimate File The option for building a new estimate file. You will be prompted for general estimate information before entering the line items. Job numbers are entered as three digit numbers. Information can be entered to bring present estimates up to date. If a current file exists with the same number, the program will allow you to delete it if you wish. After the general estimate information is entered, you will then be allowed to enter estimate items as needed. Option 2. Change General Data This option allows for changing the general estimate information as described above. Option 3. Add & Change Items This option allows for the maintenance of the items in the estimate files. These are records maintaining contract and estimate quantities. QUANTITY INPUT Option 4. Quantity Entry Use this option to enter quantities to the vaious contracts. You may enter minus quantities for corrections (example -25 would subtract 25 units from the quantities). Decimal numbers are allowed. For those lump sum items requiring a percent of completion, simply enter a decimal factor. The program will ignore all entries that it cannont find a job or items to post to. Use option 5 below to check entry errors. Errors are corrected by reentering the items. The program does allow you to correct quantities however. Simply rechoose this option and the program will prompt you as to whether you wish to make corrections. Changes are made by entering the entry numbers from the report printed from option 5 below. Option 5. Print Entries Use this option to print the entries entered from Option 4 above. It will identify errors it cannot post to. Re-enter corrections with Option 4 above. You may choose to run this report without error records printed. You will probably want to choose this option after all errors are corrected. The report will then reflect only those items actually posted. The program will print the entries in the order of the job numbers and entry numbers. This should help to check errors. Option 6. Post Quantities This option will post the quantities entered above to the various estimate files. Make sure to post your quantities before leaving the program or they will be lost. The program will remind you if they have not been posted when exiting the program. You will be allowed to return to the menu and post them. The program will also warn you if a final quantity report has not been printed. ESTIMATE PROCESSING Option 7. Print Estimate This option will print a current estimate based on present quantities in place. Run this option as often as necessary. You will be prompted as to whether you want a full estimate. This full estimate prints the current period data also. It does require a wide printer or a printer switched to compressed mode. Option 8. Reset Period This option will clear quantities in the period to date fields and increment the estimate number file by 1. Use this option after estimates have been processed and you wish to start a new estimate period. Option 9. Enter Payments Enter estimate payments as received to update your estimate files. - - - - - To remove estimate files from your disk, simply delete the files identified as EST000.NAM and EST000.DAT, replacing 000 in the example with the job numbers you wish to remove. This can also be done with the build estimate file option as described above. If you use this program, it's price is 25.00. Upon registration you will be sent the latest registered version of the program. Remember, only through your support can programs such as this one continue to be supported. Please feel free to pass on copies of this version to anyone you think may have use of the program. Other shareware construction programs you may wish to check into: PC-BID TAKOFF Thank you for your support. Feed back is welcome. I. J. Smith 9795 Rustling Oaks Baton Rouge, La. 70818 DISCLAIMER ================================================================== THE USER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL LOSSES INCURRED IN THE USE OF THIS PROGRAM. MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND THE PROGRAM FULLY BEFORE USING. ==================================================================
SPC - ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE ------------------------- Version 1.2 By: I. J. Smith 9795 Rustling Oaks Baton Rouge, La. 70818 ---------------------- Reference Manual SPC-ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE (Version 1.2) This accounts receivable program offers the following attributes: Data integrity of (c)BTRIEVE Virtually unlimited accounts and records Menu driven and very easy to use Uses standard size paper to print statements Generous sized descriptions for statements Businesses whose statements also act as their invoices will appreciate the generous description allowed (see example below). Many service type businesses will really appreciate this feature. The program must be started with the enclosed SPCAR.BAT file by entering SPCAR at the prompt to load BTRIEVE and the program. NOTE: use of accellerated file handlers such as ram disks, etc. will defeat the security features of BTRIEVE. You should always make backups of all your important data files on a periodic basis. While the BTRIEVE file handler offers exceptional data integrity, no software can be completely safe from problems such as system or hardware failures. You must have a proper CONFIG.SYS file in your root directory to use this program. If you have problems running the program, please see instructions near the end of this document file. For those wishing to use the program for cash sales as well, this is also provided for. By assigning a low account number for a cash sales account, it can be easily maintained. When printing statements and certain reports, the lowest account number will be displayed as the starting number to print. You can change this number and thus eliminate lower numbered accounts. You may find this feature useful not only to keep up with sales but with sales taxes also. If you like the program, send 35.00 to become a registered owner. You will then be sent the owner of record version. It has the added option of choosing a drive for your data files. It also provides for printing a single statement of an account as needed. Remember, only owners of record can be notified and sent updates. Please feel free to make copies of this version for anyone who may have use of the program. Your support is appreciated. I. J. Smith 9795 Rustling Oaks Baton Rouge, La. 70818 ===================================================================== DISCLAIMER USER ASSUMES ALL RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE USE OF THIS PROGRAM. MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND THE PROGRAM FULLY BEFORE USING IT. ===================================================================== Following are instructions by menu options. Function key options are displayed on the bottom of data entry screens. Use of the various standard keyboard keys (cursor keys, PgUp, PgDn, etc.) are allowed in the data entry screens. The F10 function key will usually save the data at any time you wish and the ESC key will cancel the data entry. You can press the number of the menu option or use the arrow keys for your selections. MAIN MENU Option 1 Charges Menu Brings up Charges Menu 2 Payments Menu Brings up Payments Menu 3 Accounts Menu Brings up Accounts Menu 4 Period to Date Menu Brings up Period to Date Menu 5 Company Name Use this option to enter company name, address and phone number. You are also allowed one line of information to be placed in your statement headings and one line to be placed at the bottom of the statements. The top line could be used for a logo and the bottom line for terms of payment. The program will center the above lines on your statements. If you wish to use pre-printed letter head statements, leave the second line of the address blank. The program will then leave blank all lines above the customer names. You may also want to experiment with the compressed mode of your printer for this option. 6 EXIT Closes files, removes the BTRIEVE file handler and exits the program. You should always exit programs properly when finished with them. The ESC key will also exit all menus. CHARGES MENU Option 1 Entries Use this option to enter charges on your accounts. Accounts must exist or the program will not accept charges. Use the Accounts Menu to establish your customer accounts. The program will first prompt you for the account number. If it exists, you will then be prompted for the charges to appear on the statement. The data screen will display the customer name, current balances and the comment line of the account. You can enter sales, taxes and other charges as needed. Although the program will only print the total on the statement, it will retain these different charges for your uses later. They will appear on various selected reports. The data information line is identical to the line that will be printed on your statement. You can enter the date, reference (invoice number, etc.) and description of charges. The program will let you enter blanks if you so choose. This can be very useful for itemized charges (see example under print statements). Program will save the data when description is entered. You can also use F10 to save the data at any time you wish. The program will retain the date and description as defaults for the next charges, the use of the F10 function key can be very useful then. Adjustments or credits can be entered using the minus sign in front of the amount to be credited. These credits will be retained for the current period only. If you want to enter credits that should be applied to prior balances then use the payment entry option instead. This could be very important if you plan to use late interest charges. Use option 4 below to print a report of the entries when completed, option 5 to process them. 2 Changes This option is used to make changes to the above entries. You will probably need the report from option 4 below. You will notice that the report lists entries by account numbers. This concept is used to make it easier to spot errors and see what multiple entries will look like on your statements. It also serves as your journal for your daily charges. Corrections are made by entering the account number at the prompt. The program will then display the first entry under the account for your changes. The F6 function key is used to step through each record of charges. Make changes as needed. The F4 function key is used to delete the record if so desired. Use of the function keys is displayed at the bottom of the screens. 3 Create Interest Charges You should first make sure you have processed all charges entered above before choosing this option. This will allow you to use option 4 below and have a separate report of these charges for your records. This option allows for charging interest on accounts with balances of 30 days and over. The program uses the default of 0.01 (equal to 12% APR) to create these charges. You can change this default by entering a new decimal amount at the prompt. Charges created will be placed in the 'other' field of charges. No interest is computed on balances of 1.00 or less. Interest charges should be entered and processed just prior to printing invoices. They will then be the last entries on the statements and the charges will be based on prior outstanding balances only. These charges must be processed with option 5 below just as other charges are entered and processed. You can make changes with option 2 above before process. 4 Print Report Prints report of charges entered in above options. If the charges are correct, keep the report for your records and process the charges with option 5 below. 5 Process Charges Use this option to process the above charges. Make sure you have printed a final report of your charges for your records before processing them. 6 Main Menu Returns to the main menu. PAYMENTS MENU Option 1 Entries Use this option to enter payments on your accounts. Accounts must exist or the program will not accept payments. The program will first prompt you for the account number. If it exists, you will then be prompted for the payment information to appear on the statement. The data screen will display the customer name, current balances and the comment line of the account. The data information line is identical to the line that will be printed on your statement. You can enter the date, reference (check number, etc.) and description of credits. Payments are processed differently then charges. When processed, they will update the previous balances of the accounts immediately. They will be applied to the oldest balances on down. This is done so as to properly reflect balances due on certain reports and for late interest charges. Statements and reports which list payments will reflect the old balances prior to payments. Adjustments or credits can be entered using the payments option. Since they are posted to older balances, you may wish to enter discounts this way. You can change the description to suit your purposes. Use option 3 below to print a report of the entries when completed. 2 Changes This option is used to make changes to the above entries. You will probably need the report from option 3 below. You will notice that the report lists entries by account numbers. This concept is used to make it easier to spot errors when two payments appear on the same account. Corrections are made by entering the account number at the prompt. The program will then display the first entry under the account for your changes. The F6 function key is used to step through each record of payments. Make changes as needed. The F4 function key is used to delete the record if so desired. Use of the function keys is displayed at the bottom of the screens. 3 Print Report Prints report of payments entered in above options. If the payments are correct, keep the report for your records and process the payments with option 4 below. 4 Process Payments Use this option to process the above payments. Make sure you have printed a final report of your payments for your records before processing them. 5 Main Menu Returns to the main menu. ACCOUNTS MENU Option 1 Entries/Changes Enter and change your accounts with this option. A 12 digit field is used for your account numbers. Use of letters and numbers are allowed. Establish a good numbering system for future growth. Remember, this program has virtually unlimited capacity. The program prints all records sorted on this number. The program converts all letters to uppercase for easier data entry. You will first be prompted for the account number. If it is a new account, the new account entry screen will be displayed for establishing the new account. The comment field will be displayed in your charges and payments screens. You may wish to use it for negotiated hourly rates, etc. The tax code is for use as the default for your charges. You will be allowed to change it then also. The program allows for 100 tax codes (0 thru 99). Establish a tax numbering system for your particular purposes. The Period Report will list tax amounts using these codes. You can enter N in the labels and interest fields if you want to exclude these accounts from your labels or late interest charges. If the account exists, the program will sound a tone and display the existing data for changes. If you wish to delete the account, simply press F4. The program will ask for verification before deleting it. 2 Print Listing Lists account numbers, names and addresses, etc., for your use. 3 Print Labels This option will print name and address labels of your accounts. Align your labels with the print head ready to print the customer name. The program will print the four address lines and then skip four lines to the next label. This allows for 6 line labels, one across. 4 Main Menu Returns to main menu. PERIOD MENU Option 1 Detailed Accounts Report This report is intended as a copy of your printed statements. It will reflect the previous balance, charges and payments, and then show the new balance of each account. Some users may prefer to use two part paper for their statements and choose to keep the second copy for their records in lieu of this report. 2 Summary Report Similar to above report but in summarized form. You may find this report very useful as the period progresses. 3 Period Report This report is intended for accounting purposes. It will summarize the sales, taxes, other charges and payments for each account. A sales tax report will also be printed. It will summarize the amounts for each tax code. You may then enter these amounts in your general ledger or furnish your accountant with it. 4 Print Statements As stated above, the program is designed to print statements on standard 8 1/2 x 11 computer paper. You can use pre-printed letter heads by leaving the second line of the company address blank. This is described under company name above. You will be prompted for the beginning account number to print. The program will display the lowest number for your default. If you wish to eliminate lower account numbers (such as cash sales accounts), change the account number to start, otherwise simply press ENTER to accept the default. This feature can also be useful in case of printer problems. You do not have to restart from the beginning statement. You will also be prompted for the minimum balance amount to use and the statement date to use. A date such as Aug. 31, 1988 is provided for. Following is an example of the type entries this program allows for. ========================================================================== Date Reference Description Amount ========================================================================== 08-08-88 240 LF of Fence @ 5.50 1320.00 08-15-88 Air Conditioner: 3 hours @ 40.00 120.00 New Fan 109.95 New Grill 22.95 Tax 9.30 08-25-88 76767 Filters 13.60 As you can see, the generous description field can be very useful for itemized statements. Option 5 Not applicable with this version. Option 6 Reset Period After your statements are printed, you should use this option to start a new period. All current amounts will cleared. The accounts will be updated accordingly. Make sure you have all the period reports you wish to keep for your records before using this option. 7 Past Due Accounts This report will print outstanding balances of 60 and 90 days. The account number, customer name and phone number will also be listed. A good time to run this report is after resetting the period. All outstanding balances over the current amounts will then be reflected. 8 Accounts Receivable Report This report will list all accounts with balances in the 30, 60 and 90 day fields. This is a good report to run after closing the period. You will then have a complete list of your account balances. 9 Main Menu Returns to main menu ------------ REQUIREMENTS ------------ A CONFIG.SYS file is needed in your root directory to expand the default files and buffers. The file should contain two lines of code similar to the following: files=16 buffers=10 If the numbers are greater in your CONFIG.SYS file then leave them as is (many applications require more). If you are not sure if you have this file, enter DIR CONFIG.SYS at the prompt. TYPE the file on the screen or use your editor to see if the above lines of code are present. If not, then use your editor and add them in the file. If you do not have this file, copy the CONFIG.DTA file included with this application and rename it CONFIG.SYS. Make sure it is located in your root directory. It only becomes in affect when the system is first booted. ============ Other shareware programs by this author you may want to try out: SPC-INVENTORY PLUS Inventory program with Purchases and Sales modules. SPC-PAYROLL For payroll after checks. Quarterly reports, W2's, etc. Great for Accountants. PC-BID PLUS Contractor's estimating and bid program. Feedback is always welcome. To list this file on your printer, enter at the prompt: COPY SPCAR.DOC LPT1:
TAKOFF MINI ESTIMATOR (version 1.3) This program was designed primarily for material take offs by general contractors. It can however, be used for other estimating purposes as well. If all you need is a one unit cost item for your cost purposes then you need to try out this program to see if it meets your needs. Many users may find it ideal for sales purposes. The program is very fast and efficient. It will maintain an index file of 6000 master items. When used as a take off program, it can be used for various purposes such as materials, sub-contractors, etc. The information can then be used with a program such as PC-BID PLUS for other cost estimating purposes such as labor, equipment, overhead, etc. Please read the following instructions. The program is menu driven and very easy to use. A sample job number 100 is provided for fast tryouts of the reports and also give an example of the capabilities of the program. The program will create new files for each estimate and you may want to consider using it on floppies. If you like the program, send 20.00 and you will be sent the registered version of the program. It will allow you to send the estimate report to a standard ASCII file where you can then use it with an editor to view it on screen and also make changes as you may require. You will also be sent a version without color for monochrome uses. A sample disk output is included for your test purposes called E100.PRN. Please feel free to make copies of this version for anyone who may have use of it. Thank you for your support. I. J. Smith 9795 Rustling Oaks Baton Rouge, La. 70818 ====================================================================== DISCLAIMER ALTHOUGH THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN TESTED, IT IS THE USER'S RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL LOSSES INCURRED THROUGH IT'S USE. BACKUPS OF ALL DATA FILES SHOULD BE MAINTAINED ON A REGULAR BASIS TO AVOID LOSSES. ====================================================================== You must build a master file of items to be used when creating a take off or estimate. This file allows for an index number of five positions. This number can be characters and numbers. Some may find that 2x4, 2x6, nails, etc. may work fine for them, just keep in mind that duplicates are not allowed. You are allowed a maximum of 6000 items. This should be sufficient for it's intended purposes. Keep in mind that you can reuse the same number when creating estimates. You could create dummy records and change this information later in your estimates rather then have a master record for every conceivable item needed. The program will create two files to maintain your master records. The two files created are named ESTMAST.NDX and ESTMAST.DAT. It's important to note that both files should be saved together when making backups to maintain file integrity. Backups of these two files should be made periodically to avoid loss of your master file. Use menu option 1 for maintaining your master file. When the master number is entered, the program will allow you to enter a description, unit and cost amount for this item. If the item exists, the program will beep and display it's previous information for changes or deletions. The use of the F10 function key is used to cancel or quit when entering data. The cursor keys are allowed for movements in the data screens. Options are displayed on the screens. Use option 2 to print out a list of your master file to use when creating take offs or estimates. Option 3 is used to create take offs or estimates. You will be prompted for an estimate number to used. This five digit number will be used to create an estimate file. The program will add the letters EST to the number and an extension of DTA for the file name. You may use characters and numbers for this file name. You can delete the files through DOS when no longer needed or the program will overwrite them if you continue when the program advises you of their existence. The estimate name is entered next. The following prompt for the master file number has an option for individual headings and totals in your listings. If you wish to have a cost for a floor for instance, enter H and you will then be prompted for a title description. The program will maintain costs for the following items under this title until it incurs a new Header record. The quantity field has an A=Addcalc option. If you enter an A, a small addition calculaor will pop up. You may use it to add or subtract quantities. To subtract, use the minus key before your number entry. This feature can be very helpful for take offs. Use option 4 to make changes to your estimates. You will need a print out from option 6 to get the newly created item numbers. Although an item number is not printed for title records, they can still be changed by entering their item numbers. Their number would be the missing number above their first item numbers. The first record number will be 2 since the program uses the first records for other purposes. Use option 5 to add new items to an existing estimate file. Option 6 will print out the estimate with the record numbers as described above. Use the record numbers for making changes to your estimates. Option 7 will print out the estimate without record numbers. Many will find this feature useful for distributing estimates used for proposals and other purposes. While the documentation for this program is brief, I think you will find the program needs very little in instructions in it's use. Give it a try and see what I mean. To list this file on your printer, enter at the prompt: COPY TAKOFF.DOC LPT1: - - - - - - - - - - - Other shareware programs by this author you may wish to look into: PC-BID PLUS SC-ESTIMATE SPC-INVENTORY PLUS SPC-ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE SPC-PAYROLL
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