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Balancing your checkbook and savings accounts can now be a breeze, with QUICK CHECK BOOK. QUICK CHECK BOOK is a menu driven program that smooths the effort of maintaining a checkbook, paying bills, sticking to a budget, and writing checks. The absence of accounting terminology, account numbers, and confusing methods make QUICK CHECK BOOK the perfect solution for those who like to keep things simple and smart. Each menu selection has a pop-up help window. QUICK CHECK BOOK has no limit to the number of checkbooks it can maintain, or the number of transactions in a checkbook. The amount of storage space available determines your limitations on the number of checkbooks and transactions. QUICK CHECK BOOK is usable in various ways. If you want to write checks, it does so on your checks and your printer. If you only want to maintain a check database or budget, QUICK CHECK BOOK does that too. Balancing with the bank will no longer be the source of anguish. To balance with the bank, you simply confirm a transaction amount against your bank statement by pressing the return/enter key. QUICK CHECK BOOK does the rest. A calculator, calendar, and other utilities are always a key stroke or two away. Mouse support is also available.
Disk No: 1721 Disk Title: Quick Check Book PC-SIG Version: S1 Program Title: Quick Check Book Author Version: 4.0 Author Registration: $40.00 Special Requirements: 384K RAM. Balancing your checkbook and savings accounts can now be a breeze, with QUICK CHECK BOOK. QUICK CHECK BOOK is a menu driven program that smooths the effort of maintaining a checkbook, paying bills, sticking to a budget, and writing checks. The absence of accounting terminology, account numbers, and confusing methods make QUICK CHECK BOOK the perfect solution for those who like to keep things simple and smart. Each menu selection has a pop-up help window. QUICK CHECK BOOK has no limit to the number of checkbooks it can maintain, or the number of transactions in a checkbook. The amount of storage space available determines your limitations on the number of checkbooks and transactions. QUICK CHECK BOOK is usable in various ways. If you want to write checks, it does so on your checks and your printer. If you only want to maintain a check data base or budget, QUICK CHECK BOOK does that too. Balancing with the bank will no longer be the source of anguish. To balance with the bank, you simply confirm a transaction amount against your bank statement by pressing the return/enter key. QUICK CHECK BOOK does the rest. A calculator, calendar, and other utilities are always a key stroke or two away. Mouse support is also available. PC-SIG 1030D East Duane Avenue Sunnyvale Ca. 94086 (408) 730-9291 (c) Copyright 1989 PC-SIG, Inc.
Disk No: 1731 Disk Title: Quick Check Book disk 2 of 2 (1721 also) PC-SIG Version: S1 Program Title: Quick Check Book Author Version: 4.0 Author Registration: $40.00 Special Requirements: 384K RAM. Balancing your checkbook and savings accounts can now be a breeze, with QUICK CHECK BOOK. QUICK CHECK BOOK is a menu driven program that smooths the effort of maintaining a checkbook, paying bills, sticking to a budget, and writing checks. The absence of accounting terminology, account numbers, and confusing methods make QUICK CHECK BOOK the perfect solution for those who like to keep things simple and smart. Each menu selection has a pop-up help window. QUICK CHECK BOOK has no limit to the number of checkbooks it can maintain, or the number of transactions in a checkbook. The amount of storage space available determines your limitations on the number of checkbooks and transactions. QUICK CHECK BOOK is usable in various ways. If you want to write checks, it does so on your checks and your printer. If you only want to maintain a check data base or budget, QUICK CHECK BOOK does that too. Balancing with the bank will no longer be the source of anguish. To balance with the bank, you simply confirm a transaction amount against your bank statement by pressing the return/enter key. QUICK CHECK BOOK does the rest. A calculator, calendar, and other utilities are always a key stroke or two away. Mouse support is also available. PC-SIG 1030D East Duane Avenue Sunnyvale Ca. 94086 (408) 730-9291 (c) Copyright 1989 PC-SIG, Inc.
╔═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╗ ║ <<<< Disk #1731 QUICK CHECK BOOK >>>> ║ ║ (disk 2 of 2, #1721 also) ║ ╠═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╣ ║ To start program, insert disk 1 and type: QCB (press enter) ║ ║ ║ ║ To print documentation, insert disk 1 and type: COPY README PRN ║ ╚═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╝
Q U I C K C H E C K B O O K User Guide CanCom Computing Company, Incorporated P.O. Box 30 Green Valley, AZ 85622 (C) Copyright 1986, 1989 Page 1 Changes are periodically made to the information contained herein. Future editions of this publication will incorporate those changes. There is a user Response Form in the back of this manual. If it's missing, please direct your comments to: Richard Goodell CanCom Computing Company P. O. Box 30 Green Valley, AZ 85622 (602) 622-3719 Proprietary Notice QUICK CHECK BOOK is a proprietary product of CanCom Computing Company, Incorporated Green Valley, Arizona. All rights reserved except those expressly granted to the user by this document. Page 2 Cover 01 Changes 02 Table of Contents 03 Introduction................. 04 Features of QUICK CHECK BOOK. 05 Getting Started.............. 07 Starting your checkbook...... 08 Automatic Check Entry........ 08 Balance with Bank Statement.. 09 Enter A Deposit.............. 09 Manually Entering Check Data. 09 Non-Check Debit Entry........ 09 Quit and Return to DOS....... 09 Utilities Menu............... 10 Budget Item Status Report.... 10 Adjust the Next Check Number. 10 Transaction Summary Report... 10 Envelope Printer............. 10 Data Backup.................. 11 Change system setup.......... 11 Escrow Account Maintenance... 11 Check Register Maintenance... 11 Payments Files Maintenance... 11 Changing Check Numbers....... 11 Files of QUICK CHECK BOOK.... 12 Using QCB-DB along........... 13 Custom checks and reports.... 14 Define your own check form... 15 Define your own report form.. 16 Distribution notice.......... 17 Response form................ 18 Registration and ORDER form.. 19 Page 3 Introduction to QUICK CHECK BOOK QUICK CHECK BOOK'S purpose is to improve the speed and accuracy of maintaining a personal checkbook or savings account over manual methods. It is a menu driven program that smooths the effort of maintaining a checkbook, paying bills, sticking to a budget, and writing checks. The absence of accounting terminology, account numbers, and confusing methods make QUICK CHECK BOOK the perfect solution for those of us who would like to keep things simple and smart. Each menu selection has a pop up help window. The F1 key accesses them. QUICK CHECK BOOK is mousitised, colorised, and sanitized. It has no limit to the number of checkbooks it can maintain, or the number of transactions in a checkbook. The amount of storage space available determines your limitations on the number of checkbooks and transactions. QUICK CHECK BOOK is usable in various ways. If you want to write checks with QUICK CHECK BOOK, it does it on YOUR checks and YOUR printer, not just on a printer and form that somebody else uses. If you only wish to maintain a check data base or budget, QUICK CHECK BOOK does that too. Balancing with the bank will no longer be the source of anguish. To balance with the bank, you simply confirm a transaction amount against your bank statement by pressing the return/enter key. QUICK CHECK BOOK does the rest. A calculator, calendar, and other utilities are always a key stroke or two away. QUICK CHECK BOOK features follow on the next page. Page 4 Features of QUICK CHECK BOOK ____________________________ Rodent support if you use a mouse. Check and report formats are user definable. Spells out written amount on checks. Automatic check writing from payments file. Deposits and Debits have two code fields. Automatic reconciliation entry upon bank balancing. Automatic recalculation of register if: 1. a single record deleted. 2. last record balance has changed. Escrow accounting feature. (Slush fund for future needs) Always displays the current balance & check number in the menus. Envelope printing. You can selectivity route your reports, checks, and other data output to the screen, printer, or a file for later use. Budget tracking and reporting capabilities. Report on transactions, total or just last 55 Sort on any part of record. Name, date, amount, balance etc. Back up data without exiting QUICK CHECK BOOK. Change initial setup, data location, colors, or printer type without exiting QUICK CHECK BOOK. Data base editor for maintaining the register or payments file. Runs from QUICK CHECK BOOK or DOS. Ability to save old transactions and remove them from the current file. Option is available after a successful bank balancing. Back out capabilities in every menu and just before data write. Load another account without exiting program. Cash machine withdrawals and service charges routine. Number of transactions limited only by the amount of storage space available. (128 transactions = 10K storage) Pop up Calculator and Calendar. Page 5 QUICK CHECK BOOK has been written to allow redirection of data to different devices through menu selections. These menus appear just before data is sent out, such as check writing or reporting. The output can be sent to a printer, the screen, or a file for future use. Report file outputs are usable by your favorite spreed sheet or data base. When you elect to send data to a file you must follow DOS rules in naming the file. No more than 8 characters per name plus 3 for the extension. Refer to your DOS manual under naming files. If, during install, you chose that a printer was not part of your system, or QUICK CHECK BOOK does not find your printer on line when its time to print. Then the printer select option will not be present. You may change your setup data at any time. If you change the drive or directory of your data, while in the program, it will close your current file and start a new checkbook at the new data location. QUICK CHECK BOOK will operate with 184K bytes of free RAM, but accessing the check register and payment file maintenance routines from within the program will not be possible. They will have to be run from the DOS command line. In order to avoid this hassle, make sure there is a minimum of 384K RAM before loading QUICK CHECK BOOK. QUICK CHECK BOOK, once loaded, will show the remaining memory. Page 6 GETTING STARTED This manual makes the assumption that you have working knowledge of DOS. Otherwise you wouldn't have gotten this far. Back up the originals on working disks, or into a sub-directory on your hard disk. Make some copies for your friends while you are at it. If you are using a hard drive, copy both disks to a subdirectory. The name is up to you, but here is an example of a directory named "QCB". At the DOS prompt type in "MD \QCB<enter>". Place disk #1 in drive A:. Type in "COPY A:*.* \QCB<enter>" Place disk #2 in drive A:. Type in "COPY A:*.* \QCB<enter>", then type in "CD \QCB<enter>" If you are using a 5.25 inch, two floppy drive system, you need to set a search path to both drives. You can do this by typing in "SET PATH=A:;B:<enter>", or include this command in your autoexec file that you start your machine with. Place a copy of your command.com on disk #1. Place disk #1 in drive A: and disk #2 in drive B:. Log to drive B: by typing "B:<enter>". If you are using a single 5.25 inch floppy drive system and no hard drive, you need to place a copy of command.com on both disks. The checking routines are on disk #1 and data base editor is on disk #2. They will have to be run separately. Start by placing disk #1 in the drive. At the DOS prompt, type in "QCB<enter>". When QCB starts it will recognize the absence of "SETUP.DAT", and run the install routine, which modifies and creates SETUP.DAT. You will be given the opportunity to change the colors, printer, display card, monitor, data drive and directory. Use the up and down arrow keys to select the item you wish to change, then press enter to select from a list of possible alternatives. Once you have set up QUICK CHECK BOOK, then you are ready to start by selecting "Accept these settings." QUICK CHECK BOOK will prompt you to choose a file name, or create one. The sample files are for learning and example. Use them for awhile to get a feel for how the program works. When you are ready to create your own check book file, Quit and choose create a new file. First select a name for your checking account. Any eight character name that describes a given checking or saving account. Next, enter the name and address that applies to the check register. The last two things, starting balance and check number, will inaugurate a new check register. Page 7 Starting your checkbook Pick a spot in your existing manual checkbook where you and your bank last agreed on a balance (you reconciled your checking account with the bank statement). Use the bank statement figure for your starting balance. Choose the first check number after your starting point as the starting check number. IMPORTANT: YOU CAN AUTOMATE YOUR DATA ENTRY, but the necessary information must be in the "Payments File" first. We suggest that you go to the utility menu and select the payment file maintenance routine. It allows you to enter your payments data for automatic check writing. If the amount you will be paying on a regular basis is variable (not a fixed amount) then use 0 as the amount. The automatic check writing function will then prompt you for a check amount at check writing time. If you are unable to select the payments file maintenance routine from within QUICK CHECK BOOK, then refer to page 13 for an explanation on how to edit the check register and payments file from outside QUICK CHECK BOOK. With your balance in place and next check number identified it is time to start entering checks and deposits that you have made since your last bank reconcile. Enter outstanding checks, cash withdrawals and deposits in your register. Use the automatic check writing function if you have already entered payments data. When the output router asks where to send the output, select the screen if you don't want to actually print the check. Data is recorded, regardless of where you route the output, unless you select exit. When finished entering outstanding transactions, use the Check Register Maintenance function, found in the Utility Menu, to correct any mistakes. If your check numbering is out of sequence use the Adjust Next Number function, also found in the Utility Menu, to reset automatic check numbering. ----Automatic Check Entry---- This selection presents you with a list of commonly paid items; from it, you pick which one to pay. To write checks automatically the data must be in the payments file. There are two ways to create an entry. First by using the Editor maintenance feature located in the utility menu. Second by choosing Manual Check Entry. When finished entering basic information the program will ask for data conformation. At this point, you may elect to add this information to your payments file. If the list gets large and not all the entries are shown just press the first character of your selection and the program will highlight the first match found; press it again and the next one will highlight. Or scroll through the list with the PgDn, PgUp, up/down arrow keys or use a mouse on the scroll bar. Page 8 ---- Balance with Bank Statement. ---- First enter service charges, dividends, interest or any other transactions not recorded. Then select balance with the bank. A full screen of uncleared transactions will be shown. Highlight a transaction and press enter to toggle its cleared or uncleared state. Press PgDn to see if more uncleard transactions exist. Continue until all statement items marked. Press escape when finished. Answering Yes at completion will compare the banks stated balance against QUICK CHECK BOOK's adjusted balance. If the balance is correct, a bank balance record is added to the check register on the current system date. If QUICK CHECK BOOK balances with the bank you then have the opportunity to clear all last year's transactions and store them in a separate file. ---- Enter A Deposit. ---- Deposits are made with this selection. There are various deposit types; income, non-income, escrow and beginning. When entering a deposit, you select whether it is an income or non-income deposit. QUICK CHECK BOOK codes all deposit types for sort, budget, and tax purposes. ---- Manaul Check Entry ---- This function allows the user to write a single check without the use of the payments file. Answer questions as presented on the screen. You will be able to do one of three things after data entry: 1- Cancel, 2- Write check into register and write it, or 3- Add the current entry to the payment file and then use the automatic check entry to write the check. ---- Non-Check Debit Entry ---- Enter deductions that do not require a check with this selection. Examples of a Non-check debit entries are; Bank teller withdrawals, Bank card deductions and Service charges. If there is no regular payment entry to select from, then select "Add a payable Record" at the end of the list of current payment items. ---- Quit And Return To DOS ---- Allows you to exit the program or load another checkbook. Page 9 ---- Utilities Menu ---- You have a choice of functions that make using this program easy. ---- Budget Item Status Report ---- Presents an accumulation of monies spent in budget categories ---- Adjust The Next Check Number ---- This will adjust check numbers used by QUICK CHECK BOOK on future transactions. When prompted for the next check number, enter it, then press the enter or return key. After changing the next check number to use, the status message will display a last check number of one fewer than the next check number. ---- Transaction Summary Report ---- Allows you to report on or view the check register transactions. You may choose to view all transactions or the last page of transactions. If you choose an output route to a printer or file, the last page is the last 55 transactions. If you choose output to the screen, only a screen full of transactions will be shown. If you did not previously sort the transaction register, the report will be in the same sequence as the transaction entry. Sort the transaction register with the sort utility. You can sort on any of the data fields. NOTE: Sorting does not change the transaction sequence. The sort is lost when you change the data or end the program. You can resort the transaction file at any time. ---- Envelope Printer ---- This function allows you to print the envelope that you will mail your check in. You can print a return address by itself. Print your return address and choose an addressee from the payments file, or manually enter the Name and Address of addressee. Page 10 ---- Data Backup ---- One never knows when something might happen to your data files. It's a good idea to always keep at least one backup copy of your data. Use this utility to backup your data every time you change it. The routine will prompt you for a drive to backup on. Press A or B. Insert your backup disk in the appropriate drive, then press a key to start the action, or press Q to quit. Remember, if you have backups. "Nothing can go wrong." "Nothing can go wrong." "Nothing can go wrong." ---- Change Setup ---- This function loads and runs the install program allowing you to change your configuration from within the program. ---- Escrow Account Maintenance ---- A unique feature that operates as a slush fund. Money is in the account, but not shown in running balance. Especially useful for putting small amounts away for real estate taxes or auto insurance. ---- Check Register Maintenance ---- This selection will shell to the check register data base manager routine, if you have enough memory and the data base program is in the current directory. When in the data base editor, press the F1 key for info on it's use. If you delete a transaction or change the last balance, QUICK CHECK BOOK will recalculate all transaction balances. ---- Payments file Maintenance ---- This selection will shell to the payments data base manager routine, if you have enough memory and the data base program is in the current directory. When in the data base editor, press the F1 key for info on it's use. ---- Changing Check Number ---- This functions will allow changing the sequence of the automatic check numbering system. Page 11 QUICK CHECK BOOK files QUICK CHECK BOOK is made up of four executable files: QCB.EXE The main QUICK CHECK BOOK executable file. It also accesses the remaining executable files. INSTALL.EXE A program that creates and adjusts your desired color, monitor, printer, and data location. ESCROW.EXE Sets up and maintains a special holding account, where funds are invisible once transferred from check register to escrow. QCB-DB.EXE A program that edits and maintains the check register and payments file. QCB.EXE will access QCB-DB.EXE, or run it from the DOS command line. The support files required by QCB-DB.EXE are: QCB-DB.PSL Data base program screen library. QCB-DB.QSL Data base quick screen library. QCB-LOG.FRM Check register form definition. QCB-PAY.FRM Payments file form definition. QCB-LOG.DAT A copy of YourFile.CHK for use by QCB-DB.EXE. QCB-PAY.DAT A copy of YourFile.PAY for use by QCB-DB.EXE. User data files (extentions used by QUICK CHECK BOOK) YourFile.CFD Check form definition file. YourFile.CHK Check Register data file. YourFile.USR Name and address of user. YourFile.PAY Payment data file. YourFile.ESC Escrow data file. YourFile.RFD Report form definition file. YourFile.BAL Last usage date, check number and balance data. SETUP.DAT A file that contains your colors, monitor, printer, data drive, and data path. Other files: README What is QUICK CHECK BOOK. NOTICE Legal stuff. RESPONSE What do think of QUICK CHECK BOOK? ORDERFRM An easy way to order. AGING.DOC A note on how to stay current. GO.TXT Display on how to start. GO.BAT Displays GO.TXT. ORDER.BAT Prints the ORDERFRM. PRINTDOC.BAT Prints the user manual. MANUAL.DOC User manual. Page 12 Using QCB-DB from DOS If you don't have adequate RAM or storage space to run the data editor from within QCB. You can edit the check register or payment files by following these instructions. QCB-DB.EXE uses data files named QCB-LOG.DAT, for the check register, and QCB-PAY.DAT, for the payments file. The user must supply these files by copying your current check register (YourFile.CHK) or current payments file (YourFile.PAY) to QCB-LOG.DAT or QCB-PAY.DAT respectively. This can be done by creating batch files that will copy and name your files appropriately for use by QCB-DB.EXE. We suggest names like ED-CHECK.BAT and ED-PAY.BAT. Refer to your DOS manual for information on batch (.BAT) files. These examples assume a two disk drive system. Your data is on a floppy disk in drive B:, and QCB-DB.EXE is in Drive A:. You will have to substitute the appropriate drive, path, and file names in your files. To generate ED-CHECK.BAT type in the following from the DOS command line: ' comments, do not enter A: <enter> ' log to drive a: COPY CON ED-CHECK.BAT <enter> ' name file and type in COPY B:YourFile.CHK QCB-LOG.DAT <enter> ' copy your check file QCB-DB QCB-DB QCB-LOG <enter> ' run the editor COPY QCB-LOG.DAT B:YourFile.CHK <enter> ' copy revised file <F6> <enter> ' save the batch file To generate ED-PAY.BAT type in the following from the DOS command line: ' comments, do not enter A: <enter> ' log to drive a: COPY CON ED-PAY.BAT <enter> ' name file and type in COPY B:YourFile.PAY QCB-PAY.DAT <enter> ' copy your payment file QCB-DB QCB-DB QCB-PAY <enter> ' run the editor COPY QCB-PAY.DAT B:YourFile.PAY <enter> ' copy revised file <F6> <enter> ' save the batch file To run the batch files type in ED-CHECK or ED-PAY followed by enter. If you don't use the batch file approach. Please be aware that you must copy your ?.CHK or ?.PAY file to QCB-LOG.DAT or QCB-PAY.DAT in the QCB-DB directory in order for the data base manager to load them. Press the F1 key for instructions on how to use the editor. When your finished editing your data you must remember to copy the revised QCB-LOG.DAT or QCB-PAY.DAT back to YourFile.CHK or YourFile.PAY. Page 13 CUSTOMIZING YOUR CHECK AND REPORT FORMAT Without a YourFile.CFD (check form definition) file or YourFile.RFD (report form definition), Quick Check Book uses a built in check and report format. To create your own you must be able to create an American System Information Code second revision text file. ( ASICII ) One easy and fast way to indentify whether a word processor can produce an ASICII text file is to view a file it has already created using the DOS TYPE command. Refer to your DOS manual under the " TYPE " command for more information. Let us say you have a file named YourFile.PRN, created by your word processor or editor, do the following: A:> TYPE YourFile.PRN A:> TYPE YourFile.PRN >PRN The first DOS TYPE command sends YourFile.PRN to the screen and secound to the printer. If there are no recognizable characters or other characters that you don't recognize as being part of YourFile.PRN, then the file is not an ASICII text file. Check your word processor manual for details on how to create an ASCII file. Most word processors either create, or can convert to and from ASICII text files. If your word processor will not generate ASCII text, you can still generate a check or report form definition file by using the DOS "COPY CON" approach. Refer to your DOS manual. Page 14 CHECK FORM DEFINITION You can override the default check printing format by creating your own. Your check form definition file must have the same name as your check registers and have an extension of ".CFD". It must also be in the same directory as your check register data files. Your bank offers tractor feed check forms that are easily handled by most printers. The number of lines in your check form definition combined with the printers vertical line feed spacing determines the vertical height of check form definition. In this example we assume that your printer is set at 6 lines per inch. So if your check form is 2 1/2 inches from top to bottom your form should contain 15 lines (6+6+3). If you understand your printer control codes, you may embed them in quoted strings. This allows you to change the number of lines per inch, print style, etc. Each line counts whether it has data or not. Data for printing must be in quotes (""). The number of spaces in front of an identifier determines the horizontal position of a variable. A line with two identifiers in it will have to consider the length of it's preciding variables. Identifier What it will print length of data ---------- ------------------ -------------- [CD Current computer date 10 charators [M1 Top border of your address variable lenght [M2 Your Name variable lenght [M3 Your Address variable lenght [M4 Your City , State and ZIP variable lenght [M5 Bottom border of your address variable lenght [CN Check number 5 charactors [TD Date of Transaction 10 charactors [PT Paid to whom 32 charactors [AM Amount of Check 11 charactors [BL Balance after transaction 12 charactors [AC Account number or purpose 22 charactors [BI Budget item number 2 charactors [SF Sort or Tax Item Number 2 charactors [WA Amount written in English variable lenght [PG Report page number 2 charactors Page 15 This is an example of a check form definition and its results. "<Esc>A12<Esc>2 ------------------------------------------------------------" "| | [M1 |" "| Check [CN | [M2 Check # [CN |" "| [TD | [M3 |" "| [PT | [M4 Date [TD |" "| | [M5 |" "| Amount | Pay: [WA |" "| [AM | [AM |" "| | To: [PT |" "| Balance | |" "| remaining | |" "| [BL | For [AC _____________________ |" "| | |" " -----------------------------------------------------------------------" ------------------------------------------------------------ | | | | Check 4101 | Your Name Check # 4101 | | 01-01-1990 | Street | | AAA Checks | City, St & Zip Date 01-01-1990 | | | | | Amount | Pay: One Hundred Ninty Two Dollars & 95 cents | | $192.95 | $192.95 | | | To: AAA Checks | | Balance | | | remaining | | | $1111.11 | For expensive checks _____________________ | | | | ----------------------------------------------------------------------- REPORT FORM DEFINITION Report form definitions are similar to the check form definitions because they use the same variable identifiers and use the same naming convention. But that is all that is similar. Report form definitions must contain seven lines of information. The file name extension must be ".RFD" instead of ".CFD". The first line contains the printer set up. The second through the fifth lines contain the reports heading information. The sixth line contains the end of page action to be taken by the printer. The seventh and last line contains a list of the variables you want in the report. Here's an example report form definition: "printer setup control coding, in quotes" " Sheet [PG of Checkbook transactions on [CD" "Check Date of tran" " no. transaction Paid to or By description Amomnt Balance no " "===== ========== ============================= ========== =========== = ====" "last line of page, should end with an ASCII charactor 12 for page feed" "[CN [TD [PT[AM[BL [CM[TN" CanCom Computing Company will provide custom report or check form definitions to users for $10.00 plus expenses. We do require the following information in order to do this for you. Make and model number of your printer. A copy of one of your checks showing what information you want on the check and where you want it placed. Page 16 Distribution Notice CanCom Computing Company is distributing QUICK CHECK BOOK as Shareware. Users are welcome to copy the software and share it with their friends. After evaluating a CanCom Computing Company product, if a person decides to use it, CanCom Computing Company expects them to buy a registered version. Anyone may obtain an evaluation copy of CanCom Computing Company products for between $1 and $10 from a software dealer or directly from CanCom Computing Company. The disk set contains diskettes with the software and documentation ready to print on a printer. Complete registered sets are available from CanCom Computing Company. The registered set includes a commercially printed copy of the User Guide, diskettes and a user registration form. Registered owners receive phone support on CanCom Computing Company products, expanded reporting features, product announcements, and update service. End users, whether registered or not, are encouraged to copy the software and share it with their friends for evaluation. The following restrictions apply: - No Charge may be made for the copies. - No alteration may be made to the files on the diskettes. - The printed manual may not be reproduced in any way. - The computer-printed manual may not be reproduced in any way. - Commercial sales, or use of copies, is prohibited without the consent of CanCom Computing Company. Disclaimer CanCom Computing Company makes no representation or warranties about the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. QUICK CHECK BOOK is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. CanCom Computing Company shall have no liability or responsibility to you or any other person or entity concerning any loss or damage caused by QUICK CHECK BOOK, including but not limited to any loss of profits, interruption of service, loss of business or consequential damages resulting from the use of such programs. When starting the use of new software it is a good practice to test the programs with sample data, and to run the programs in parallel with any previous system for time sufficient to ensure satisfactory results. QUICK CHECK BOOK is a trademark owned by CanCom Computing Company. Page 17 USER RESPONSE FORM 1. Where did you hear about QUICK CHECK BOOK?_____________________ 2. What system are you using to run QUICK CHECK BOOK? a) Computer brand/model?_________________________________ b) Amount of computer memory?____________________________ c) Type of disk?_________________________________________ d) Black/White or Color monitor?_________________________ e) Printer brand/model?__________________________________ 3. _____Registered user _____ Non-registered user (If you are a non-registered user, we would like to know why. Is the price too high? Is QUICK CHECK BOOK missing a function you want or a feature you need?) ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ 4.Name and address (optional) Date ___________ QUICK CHECK BOOK version _________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ These are some of the enhancements to QUICK CHECK BOOK we have planned. Help us rank these enhancements. Put a number in the left column to show the items of most importance to you. The highest numbers will show the level of importance. ______ More help screens ______ Faster one time sort ______ Ability to type mailing address on checks ______ Ability to set up monthly budget targets ______ Produce graphs ______ More reports ______ _________________________________________________________ ______ _________________________________________________________ ______ _________________________________________________________ ______ _________________________________________________________ Other products you would like to see CanCom Computing produce: _________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ Page 18 O R D E R F O R M CanCom Computing Company P.O. 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