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----------------------------------------------------------------- README.TXT Accounts Receivable 09/08/93 ----------------------------------------------------------------- This file consists of three pages and covers the following: o Overview o Hardware Requirements o Test Drive o Installation o Removal o Starting Accounts Receivables o Overview Accounts Receivable is a state-of-the-art program that doggedly tracks receivables. The program prints invoices and statements on standard 8 1/2 x 11 inch letterhead stock for use with window envelopes. Accounts Receivable has a short learning curve, on- line help plus point-and-click capability. Features include customer templates, undo command, selective invoice display and single-key account and aging summaries. This version of Accounts Receivable is distributed as shareware and is entirely supported by registration fees. Versions, customized to your requirements, are available. o Hardware Requirements Windows 3.1 and an EGA or VGA display are required. While not required, a mouse and printer are recommended. Approximately 600KB of free disk space is required for initial installation. Accounts Receivable is supplied on one 5 1/4 or 3 1/2 inch disk. Before using the disk, make a backup copy and read this document. o Test Drive In a pinch, Accounts Receivable can run from a floppy drive. When operated from a floppy drive, Accounts Receivable operates much slower than it would from a hard drive. You can take Accounts Receivable for a test drive without installing it on your hard disk. To take a test drive, perform the following: 1. Place the Accounts Receivable disk in drive A or B. 2. Select Run from the Windows Program Manager File Menu. After the dialog box appears, type one of the following in the Command Line text box: A:AR or B:AR then select OK. 3. If all has gone well, the Accounts Receivable display will appear. Accounts Receivable's on-line help is designed to be read as a manual. Before you begin, read the help file sequentially. o Installation Accounts Receivable can be installed from Windows or the DOS prompt. Neither DOS nor Windows files are disturbed during installation. The distribution disk contains a DLL file plus the following: AR.BIN AR.INI README.TXT AR.EXE AR.TEM TUTOR1.AR AR.HLP INSTALL.EXE TUTOR2.AR To install Accounts Receivable from Windows, perform the following: 1. Place the Accounts Receivable disk in drive A or B. 2. From the Windows Program Manager File Menu, select Run. 3. After the dialog box appears type: A:INSTALL or B:INSTALL then select OK. 4. After the Install display appears, follow the directions on the screen. Note: INSTALL.EXE and README.TXT are not installed or required after Accounts Receivable is installed. To install Accounts Receivable from the DOS prompt, create a directory, place the Accounts Receivable disk in a floppy drive then use DOS commands to copy the files. In the following examples, if a directory or drive designator other than that shown is used, substitute the correct directory name and/or drive designator. Note that the carriage return key is shown as ENTER. As an example, if Accounts Receivable is to be installed in a directory named AR on drive C the following steps are required: 1. From the root directory DOS C prompt type: MD\AR ENTER. 2. From the root directory DOS C prompt type: CD\AR ENTER. 3. Place the Accounts Receivable disk in drive A then type: COPY A:*.* ENTER. Note: While the example installs all files, INSTALL.EXE and README.TXT are not required after Accounts Receivable is installed. After files have been copied from the DOS prompt, Accounts Receivable may be added to an existing group with Program Manager. The procedure shown adds Accounts Receivable to an existing Windows 3.1 group. If a later version of Windows is used, the procedure may vary; refer to the Windows User's Guide. To add Accounts Receivable to a Windows 3.1 group the following steps are required: 1. Open the applicable group window. 2. From the Program Manger File Menu select New. 3. After the dialog box appears, choose Program Item then select OK. 4. In the Program Item Properties Description text box type: Accounts Receivable. Note the upper case A and R. 5. In the Program Item Command Line text box type the complete pathname required to locate the program. For example, if Accounts Receivable has been installed in the AR directory on drive C type: C:\AR\AR.EXE. 6. In the Working Directory text box, type the name of the directory where the program resides. If Accounts Receivable is installed in the AR directory on drive C, type: C:\AR. 7. Check the entries carefully then select OK. o Removal Accounts Receivable files are installed in a single directory. Neither DOS nor Windows files are disturbed during installation. If for any reason Accounts Receivable has to be removed from your hard drive, the following steps are required: 1. Delete all files from the Accounts Receivable directory. 2. Delete the Accounts Receivable directory. 3. Open the Windows group that contains Accounts Receivable. Set the focus to the Accounts Receivable icon. Select Delete from the Windows Program Manager File Menu and respond to the prompts. o Starting Accounts Receivable If Accounts Receivable is in a Windows group, open the group window then double click on the Accounts Receivable icon. If Accounts Receivable is installed in the AR directory on drive C and not assigned to a group, from the Program Manager File Menu select Run. In the Command Line text box type: C:\AR\AR then choose OK. 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