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AUTOREAD Version 1.06                           Invoice #RW-9001
Remit to:
   Rightword Enterprises, 1556 Main Road, Research, Vic 3095, AUSTRALIA

Quantity          Item                        Cost          Price

_________    AUTOREAD User Registration        $20          ____________

_________    AUTOREAD Registration AND
             send me the next version of
             AUTOREAD when ready.              $30          ______________
             [ ] 5.25"   [ ] 3.5"

_________    Customised AUTOREAD for
             distribution with shareware       $50          _____________

             Manual Name(s):  (max of 5)

__________   Creation of customised .ARD
             files for shareware manuals       $30          ______________
             (Enclose disc with your manuals
             in text file format)

                                             TOTAL        $

                  Personal cheques, international bank drafts
                  or money orders accepted.
                  Sorry, no VISA or MASTERCARD (as yet).

   * Non-Australian residents should use AIRMAIL or FIRST CLASS mail
     in sending order forms, etc to Australia.  You can also save money
     by remitting in Australian dollars via an International Bank Draft.


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             ____________________________ Postcode or Zip: ____________

   Where did you hear of or obtain AUTOREAD?





STATS is a free (public domain) utility which allows you to
quickly see a profile of the files in a directory.

I find it particularly useful for finding out how much room a group of
files with various extension are going to take up if I copy them to
a floppy disk.


     STATS filespec filespec filespec ...


    STATS *.doc *.txt

--- David R Grigg


        T h e  P C - S I G  L i b r a r y  o n  C D - R O M


This may well be the greatest collection of software ever compiled.

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The WordCruncher text retrieval software allows you to quickly access
the description for any program you want.  All the programs are indexed
by title, filename, PC-SIG disk number, and every word within the
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IBM PC/XT/AT PS/2 or compatible with 530K memory DOS 3.1 or higher and
a graphics monitor (Hercules/EGA/VGA/SVGA).  A mouse is optional.

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"Never before has such a valuable collection of popular shareware been
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Finally, 368 of the most useful, popular, important shareware programs
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The Essential CD incorporates the WordCruncher text retrieval system.
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is implemented so you can look at the program files and the author's
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hard disk.  By using WordCruncher and Narc, you can quickly find the
program you want and review it to be sure, without ever having to run it
from your hard disk.

If you've got a CD-ROM player at home and want to get more use of it and
your computer, or if you're trying to avoid purchasing another Nintendo
cartridge, or if you just enjoy looking at new software, you need The
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System Requirements:

IBM PC/XT/AT PS/2 or compatible with 384K memory DOS 3.1 or higher and
Microsoft MS-DOS CD ROM extensions.

                      The PC-SIG Games CD-ROM

Now you can play a game a day fo over a year.  This CD-ROM is jammed
with over 380 shareware games of all types, designed to appeal to the
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Over 250 of the games can be played directly from the CD without copying
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that users can explore games without using up valuable hard disk space
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To Order in the U.S.A.: Call 800-245-6717 and ask for Customer Service.

Outside the U.S.A. call (408) 730-9291 for the name of the dealer in
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                            P C  -  S I G


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actually try before you buy.

Shareware, a term coined in the early eighties, refers to the method of
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Our support staff is available by phone as well as on our BBS to help
you with questions about installation and operation of PC-SIG's

Through our network of international distributors, PC- SIG strives to
bring you the most current, exciting, technically advanced software
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not exist.

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Outside the U.S.A. call (408) 730-9291 for the name of the dealer in
your country.



   ==========================                       ==========================
   =========================        " S E E "        =========================
   =========================                         =========================
   =========================   File Viewer/Printer   =========================
   ==========================                       ==========================

          The SEE, SEESETUP and GETKEY programs are  Copyright (C) 1992


          Pinnacle Software, CP 386 Mount Royal, Quebec Canada  H3P 3C6
          U.S. Office: Box 714 Airport Road, Swanton, Vermont 05488 USA

                       Support Line: (514) 345-9578
                     Free Files BBS: (514) 345-8654
                         CompuServe: 70154,1577
                              GEnie: T.CAMPBELL11
                           Internet: 70154.1577@compuserve.com

   ===                                                                     ===
   ===                LEGAL NOTICES AND SUPPORT INFORMATION                ===
   ===                                                                     ===

                            SHAREWARE AND REGISTRATION

   SEE is SPONSORED SOFTWARE.  This means that you can use unregistered copies
   (i.e. those with advertising for products other than SEE in the INFO
   pull-down menu) free of charge and share complete, unaltered copies with
   your friends and associates.  It also means that informative advertisements
   pop up from time to time.

   "SEE Executive" is nearly identical to the sponsored version of SEE -- but
   without the advertisements.  "SEE Executive" is NOT shareware and may NOT
   be passed around.  For ordering information, see the file SEE.FRM.

                         UPGRADING FROM EARLIER VERSIONS

   The configuration file (SEE.CFG) is compatible with the configuration file
   from the previous version of SEE (v2.01, included in "The SEE Utilities
   Version 2.20").  So if you have a configuration file from version 2.01 of
   SEE, it will still work.  Nevertheless, you should run SEESETUP to see if
   there are any new configuration items you would like to change.

   The "SEE" program was previously accompanied by some other utilities. The
   GETKEY program is still included in the SEE package.  GETKEY is "freeware"
   and may be given away as long as it is not altered in any way.  The GO-MENU
   program is available in Pinnacle Software's "GO" product, while the other
   utilities (MIDNIGHT, SV) will be issued separately, at a later date, in a
   different utilities collection.

                                  WHAT IS "SEE"?

   SEE is a utility for viewing and printing text files. It can also display
   hex files in a format that makes it easy for you to visually scan the file.
   SEE's small size and low price (i.e. free for the Sponsor-Supported
   Software version; $12 for the Executive version) makes it ideal for
   inclusion with other software, so that the user can read the documentation

   SEE also lets you extract portions of text from the listing.  The extracted
   portion can be copied to the printer or to a text file.

   ===                                                                     ===
   ===                           HOW TO USE "SEE"                          ===
   ===                                                                     ===

                                 STARTING UP

   At the DOS command prompt, enter SEE followed by the name of the file you
   want to view.  For example, the command:


   would display the file named SEE.DOC.

   SEE automatically detects the type of file being viewed and selects the
   appropriate display mode (text or hex).


   If you specify a "DOS Wildcard", you will see a menu of file names that
   match. You can move the cursor to the file you want by using your arrow
   keys, then press Enter to see the file.

   For example:

   SEE *.INF

   would show you all files with the extension INF.

   If you omit any file specification, SEE assumes you mean *.* so that the
   following command would let you select from all files in the current



   SEE normally looks for the files in your current drive and directory.
   However, you can look at another drive or directory by specifying the path
   name accordingly, as in this example:



   SEE can normally detect if you have a color display card or not, but no DOS
   program can detect if your monitor can actually display color.  (Some
   people have color display cards with monochrome monitors)  If SEE is
   displaying text in color and you want to force it to display in monochrome,
   add  /M  to the file specification.  For example:


   This would display the file MYFILE.TXT in black and white.

   You can configure SEE (using the SEESETUP program) to always start up in
   monochrome mode.  This will save you the bother of always having to specify
   the /M parameter.


   For a description of some other options, see the online help articles
   available from SEE itself.  To view these articles, start up SEE in the
   usual way (example:  SEE SEE.DOC) then press F1.

                                  READING FILES


   Once you have selected the file you want to read, you can scroll back and
   forth in the file a line at a time, using the arrow keys.  You can also
   jump back and forth a screen at a time, using the PgUp and PgDn keys.

   The Home and End keys position the file to the beginning and end,

   The spacebar key moves forward one screen each time it is pressed.  When
   you reach the end of the file, you are returned to the previous operation
   (i.e. the file selection menu, if you started SEE with DOS wildcards, or
   the DOS prompt otherwise).

   The left and right-arrow keys scroll text left and right one character at a
   time.  You can use these keys in conjunction with the Ctrl key to scroll
   five characters at a time.

   THE L KEY  --  Jump to a line

   The L key will ask you for a line number.  It will then jump to that line,
   positioning it at the first line of the viewing area.

   THE F KEY  --  Find text

   The F key will ask you for a text string.  If it finds that string in the
   text, it will jump there, highlighting the line the text is on.  The line
   is positioned in the middle of the screen, if possible.

   To search for the same text again, press the F3 function key.

   THE ALT-Y KEY  --  Textify

   The ALT-Y key lets you filter the display of data in "binary" (non-text)
   files such that only the words (and a little bit of extraneous material)
   show up.  This is useful for scanning a program or data file for helpful
   information, while removing most of the material that is intelligible only
   to the computer.

   The textify function only works in hex display mode.  You can force SEE to
   use hex display mode by starting it up with the  /X  switch, as in this


   In most cases this will not be necessary, since SEE automatically detects
   the difference between binary and text files.

   THE C KEY  --  Copy part or all of the file to printer or file

   The C key sends a copy of the file (or part of it) to your printer, or to
   another file.  See the section entitled "Copying" for details.

   While using the C feature, remember that the Esc key will always return you
   to your previous operation.  If you were looking at the help screens, it
   returns you to the viewing window.  If you were viewing text, it returns
   you to the file selection menu (if you started SEE with DOS wildcards) or
   the DOS prompt otherwise.

   The Copy command asks many questions in order to determine what you want to
   do.  To save time, you can use the SEESETUP program to specify default
   values to these questions, or skip them altogether (using a preselected


   F 1  displays the help screens.  See "Quick Help", above, for additional
        information about these screens.

   F 2  displays a "ruler" line, which lets you determine in which column text
        starts and ends.

   F 3  repeats the last Find operation (see "The F Key", above).

   F 4  sends a page eject character (ASCII 12, Hex $0C) to the printer.  You
        can select the printer number.  By default it is printer LPT1 (or the
        default printer number specified by SEESETUP).

   F 5  switches the display to 25 lines, in monochrome.

   F 6  switches the display to 25 lines, in color.

   F 7  switches the display to smaller letters, in monochrome, if you have
        the appropriate display card.  If you have a CGA, Hercules or MCGA
        card, nothing will happen.  If you have an EGA card, you will see 43
        lines on your screen.  A VGA display card will display 50 lines.

   F 8  does what the F7 key does, but uses color instead of monochrome.

   F 9  is not used.

   F10  calls up a menu for selecting SEE functions.  This takes a little
        longer than pressing a single letter key, but is easier to remember!
        The menu also includes a Help section which explains various SEE


   When you are viewing a file and you press the C (Copy) key, SEE will ask
   you a few questions, then copy part (or all) of the file to the printer, or
   to another file.

   The questions let you specify:

   PORTION:      Which part of the file (some, or all) should be copied.

   DESTINATION:  Which printer you want to print to (LPT1, LPT2 etc.) or which
                 file you want to copy to (e.g. SAVE.TXT). If the file already
                 exists, you can overwrite it, or add to the end.

   The following two questions apply to printing only:

   CONVERSION:   Whether to convert extended characters or not.

   FORM-FEED:    Whether the printer should "page eject" after printing.

   The printer questions are discussed in more detail, below.

   NOTE:  Before you start printing, make sure your printer is turned on, is
   supplied with paper, and that the "Online" light is lit.  (On some
   printers, the Online light may be labelled "Ready", or something similar.
   Refer to your printer manual if you are not sure.)

   If at any time you wish to exit from the copying process, you can press the
   Esc key.  If you were printing, you may have to turn your printer OFF for a
   moment, then ON again, to reset it and clear its memory.

   The Copy command asks many questions in order to determine what you want to
   do.  To save time, you can use the SEESETUP program to specify default
   values to these questions, or skip them altogether (using a preselected


   When you are asked to select a printer destination, choose the address of
   the printer to which you are copying the text.  You can choose any printer
   from LPT1 to LPT9.  (It is somewhat unusual to have a printer with an
   address higher than LPT2.)

   If you are not sure, select LPT1.  Most PC-compatible computers have their
   printer at that address.  Exception:  if your computer is sharing the
   printer with other computers on a network, check with your network manager
   before proceeding.


   Many documents (such as this one) make use of the special characters that
   are available on IBM-PC compatible computers.  Some printers, though
   (particularly older printers and very high speed printers), can not print
   these characters properly.

   If when you print, many of the characters come out wrong, you may have to
   have them "converted".  The conversion process replaces these characters
   with a "reasonable" substitution before printing them.  (Note that this
   affects only the printing; the document you are viewing is NOT changed.)

   For example, accented letters can not be printed on all printers.  So an
   accented "e" would be printed simply as "e", with no accent.  Line-drawing
   characters (for boxes) are also a problem for some printers.  So the
   vertical line character is replaced with the standard "split bar"
   character, which looks almost the same.

   ===                                                                     ===
   ===                          CONFIGURING "SEE"                          ===
   ===                                                                     ===

   The SEE program is set up to use reasonable values for all of its
   operations. For example, it will detect the kind of display card you have
   and choose color or monochrome mode accordingly, using the same number of
   lines per screen that you had set before you called up SEE.

   However, you may wish to change some of the selections.  You can create a
   configuration file (named SEE.CFG) using the SEESETUP configuration program

   When SEE starts up, it looks in the current (i.e. logged) drive and
   directory for a file named SEE.CFG.  If it does not find it there, it looks
   in the SEE home directory (i.e. where the SEE.EXE file is located) for the
   file.  If it finds the file, it uses the values it specifies.  If it does
   NOT find it (in either the logged or home directory), SEE uses reasonable
   default values that are appropriate for virtually all machines.

   To start up SEESETUP, enter SEESETUP at the DOS prompt, or select "Setup"
   on the SEE pull-down menu.  Each configuration screen can provide you with
   detailed explanations of each configuration option -- press F1 whenever you
   need additional information.

   ===                                                                     ===
   ===                               NOTES                                 ===
   ===                                                                     ===

                                 SEE EXECUTIVE

   You can get SEE without the advertisements.  This version is known as
   "SEE Executive".  Single copies are $12.

   When you order SEE Executive, we will give you a special unlocking code
   that will let you register any new sponsored or shareware version of SEE
   that we issue for TWO YEARS.  It pays to plan ahead!

   For ordering information, see the file SEE.FRM.

                                    AD SPACE

   Ad space is available in later versions of SEE.  Payment for ads is on a
   per-inquiry basis, so the rate is lower if you have an 800 number.  Ads
   can run forever, or time out at a particular date.  For more information,
   call Timothy Campbell at 514-345-9578.



 ==============                                                  ==============
 ==============    INFORMATION FOR BBS SYSOPS AND DISK VENDORS   ==============
 ==============                                                  ==============

      Product: SEE  (an ideal "freebie" for vendors to ship to customers!)
      Version: 3.00
    Copyright: (C) 1991, 1993 by Pinnacle Software
       Author: Timothy Campbell (Pinnacle Software)
  Description: SEE is a utility for viewing and printing text files. It can
               display hex files in a format that makes it easy for you to
               visually scan the file.  SEE's small size and low price (i.e.
               free for the Sponsor-Supported Software version; $12 for the
               Executive version) makes it ideal for inclusion with other
               software, so that the user can read the documentation files. 
               SEE also lets you extract portions of text from the listing. 
               The extracted portion can be copied to any printer or to a 
               text file.
     See also: Files FILE_ID.DIZ and DESC.SDI for alternative descriptions.

               -------------   -------------   -----------   -------------
               READ.ME         SEE.DOC         SEE.EXE       SEESETUP.EXE
               START.BAT       VENDOR.DOC      SEE.SBT       SEESETUP.SBT
               SEE.FRM         FILE_ID.DIZ     SEE.SBI       SEESETUP.SBI
               GETKEY.EXE      DESC.SDI        SEE.MNU

     Hardware: PC-Compatibles
          DOS: MS-DOS 3.0 or higher
       Memory: 200K
   Disk space: 200K
        Video: Any display
        Mouse: Supported but not required
  Other needs: None

 Registration: Sponsor-Supported Version:  $ 0
               SEE Executive (no ads):     $12
               Source and customization:   Available

  Payment via: Cheque, Money order, CompuServe SWREG, Credit card (800 number)
        P.O's: We accept PO's from Fortune 1000 companies; government offices;
               nationally disseminated media; recognized charitable, educa-
               tional and service institutions; and established customers in
               good standing.

 Site license: Volume discount available after 10th copy (Executive Version)
  LAN support: Inherent
  Source Code: (Turbo Pascal) $250 (in-house use only)

                                 DISTRIBUTION TERMS

 - You may duplicate, give away or sell unaltered copies of this product.
 - You may not remove any of the product's files.
 - You may charge a maximum of US $9 for each copy you sell (see Note #1).
 - Any copy may be transferred to another storage or distribution medium.
 - The archiving method used for this copy may be changed.
 - You may add files to the product, provided the files clearly indicate
   that they are not part of the original product.
 - Pinnacle Software reserves the right to revoke all distribution rights
   for unregistered copies of this product from any party at any time for
   any reason.  However, unless you have been specifically informed of
   this, you may distribute this product WITHOUT requesting permission.
   (See Note #2)

 NOTE #1:  In the case of CD-ROM compilations, the selling price is calculated
           as the price of the CD-ROM divided by the number of products on the
           CD-ROM. Thus, in such cases, the price is usually only a few cents.

 NOTE #2:  For CD-ROM compilations, you should protect your distribution right
           by informing us at least two months in advance that you will be
           including our product on the CD-ROM.  This is not obligatory.


                              ABOUT PINNACLE SOFTWARE

 Pinnacle Software is a computer consulting company based in  Montreal, Quebec,
 Canada.  We have been writing shareware since 1985.  You can contact us at the
 following addresses:

 Voice line:   514-345-9578
 CompuServe:   70154,1577
 GEnie:        T.CAMPBELL11
 Support BBS:  514-345-8654 (9600 bps V32)
 Internet:     70154.1577@compuserve.com
 Head Office:  Pinnacle Software, CP 386, Mont Royal, Quebec, Canada H3P 3C6
 U.S. Office:  Pinnacle Software, Box 714 Airport Rd, Swanton, Vermont 05488

                                     REPLY FORM

 If you are a disk vendor or the sysop of a multi-line BBS, we suggest that
 you complete the following form and mail it back to us, in order to obtain
 updates of this product and many others.


 DISTRIBUTOR REPLY FORM                                             FORM DRF-SE

       Identification:  ( ) Disk vendor
                        ( ) Sysop of a multi-line BBS or network
                        ( ) Other (please explain)

         Company name:  _______________________________________________________

              Address:  _______________________________________________________



            Attention:  _______________________________________________________

          Voice phone:  ____________________  Fax: ____________________________

       Bulletin Board:  ____________________  Max. Speed: _____________________

     Name of your BBS:  _______________________________________________________

      Diskette format:  ( ) 3.5" 1.4 Meg   ( ) 3.5" 720K    ( ) 5.25" 360K

     Product reviewed:  SEE v3.00

 It was obtained from:  ( ) Author         ( ) CompuServe   ( ) A friend
                        ( ) Author's BBS   ( ) GEnie        ( ) Don't remember
                        ( ) Other BBS      ( ) AOL          ( ) Other
                        ( ) Disk vendor

 It will be placed in:  ( ) Our catalog    ( ) Our BBS      ( ) Will not use

       To enable us to  ( ) Advertise in local area only    ( ) See list below
   refer our customers
      to your service,  _______________________________________________________
        please tell us
   where you advertise  _______________________________________________________

 Do you send a catalog
   to authors who send  ( ) Yes            ( ) Not our policy
      software to you?

    How can we improve  _______________________________________________________
     this form and our
      VENDOR.DOC file?  _______________________________________________________

 FROM:  ___________________________     [B]                          --------
                                                                    | $ 0.40 |
        ___________________________                                 | U.S.A. |
                                                                    |        |
        ___________________________                                 | $ 0.43 |
                                                                    | Canada |

                                Pinnacle  Software
 [C]                            CP 386 Mount Royal
                                 Montreal, Quebec
                                  Canada H3P 3C6

                                ATT:  Dept. DRF-SE

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Shareware Magazine provides detailed reviews of new products,
hard-hitting comparisons of shareware programs with regular retail
software, and timely information about changes in the industry and the
latest technology.

Intriguing columnists and regular features add to the excitement.  The
beginners section sheds light on new user's concerns regarding
everything from choosing the right operating system to alleviating the
intimidation of using on-line systems.

Educational sections focus on how low cost shareware can aid in
classroom learning, curriculum development, and as a forum for
discussing the impact of computers and technology in schools.

Graphics Gallery renders expert advice and suggestions on how to better
work with graphics, desktop publishing, CAD systems, and the Windows

Programmers benefit from others experience in developing new programs or
polishing existing ones as well as choosing the right programming

And columnists provide that subjective component, sometimes
controversial, that calls for a closer look at the way we compute and
how shareware effects what we do.

Published bimonthly, Shareware Magazine is available on a subscription
or at your local newsstand or computer bookstore.  In conjunction with
PC-SIG, there are special benefits for subscribers as well as
opportunities for discount purchases from PC-SIG.

To Order, in the U.S.A.: Call 800-245-6717 and ask Customer Service.

Outside the U.S.A. call (408) 730-9291 for the name of the dealer in
your country.



FROM:  ___________________________


[A]                                                                         [B]

                                  PC-SIG Inc.
[A]                                                                         [B]
                            1030-D East Duane Avenue

                               Sunnyvale  California


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Directory of PC-SIG Library Disk #3534

 Volume in drive A has no label
 Directory of A:\

AUTOREAD ZIP     65370   8-25-93   4:20p
PLIST    ZIP     36886   3-22-93   3:34p
SEE      ZIP    122374   8-25-93   4:18p
VIEW     ZIP      7788   3-22-93   4:22p
GO-STRT  DAT       540   1-06-93   4:57p
SIGORDER TXT      3090   3-10-93   3:22p
GO-FORM  DAT      3090   3-10-93   3:22p
GO       EXE     26022   1-10-92  12:14p
PKUNZIP  EXE     23528   3-15-90   1:10a
PCSIG    TXT      2335   2-10-93   8:50a
SHAREMAG TXT      1837   1-21-92   6:11a
CDROM    TXT      4874   3-18-93   1:28p
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                       18432 bytes free