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

                1 2 t h E d i t i o n


The PC-SIG Library on CD-ROM, winner of the Optical Publishing
Association's Best Consumer Product Award, has added a hypermedia
interface that makes it easy to find and download any type of program
you could want. The WordCruncher text retrieval program has also been
implemented to assist you insearching this vast collection.

This CD-ROM contains over 3700 fully functional shareware programs, each
with a detailed review. The 12th Edition has added over 300 new programs
and over 500 updates since the release of the 11th Edition. The
collection is always kept current and now contains over 70 megabytes of
Windows 3.0 and 3.1 applications, fonts, icons, games and wallpaper

The range of software is phenomenal! There are huge assortments of
games, everything from adventure games with full SVGA and SoundBlaster
support to favorites like Klondike, Chess and Othello. Spreadsheets,
databases, wordprocessors and graphics programs are instantly available
and there are literally hundreds of unique and specialized programs that
will save you time and money. This amazing collection will help you get
a handle on all your business and home accounting and also teach your
children about zoology.

Each of the more than 3700 programs has a one-line description for quick
reference, Just pick one of the 13 software categories and a subcategory
to begin browsing for a program that interests you. You might choose the
Games Category, where you can pick from 12 subcatgories including
Adventure, Arcade, Cards and more. A mouse click (or keyboard stroke) on
the program title takes you to a detailed description of the program.
you can immediately download the software to your hard or floppy drive,
and in many cases view a screen shot.

You can find any program in the collection quickly and easily by using
the search button. When you are in a program category just type in the
title of the program and you will be taken to the description of that
program. The popular WordCruncher text retrieval program has been added
to allow searching every description for any word within that
description, not just in the title or keywords chosen by someone who
thinks differently than you do. The WordCruncher is ideal for finding
programs which perform a specific function, just try searching for
"split", "math" or "subtract". Or switch to the Disks section where you
will find an alphabetical list of all the programs which can be searched
by program title or disk number.

Everyone has their favorite programs and we're no exception. Our 44
favorite programs can be run immediately. No downloading is necessary,
all you do is click on the word "RUN" in the program description and
you'll be working or playing with top notch software right on the CD.

The power of hypermedia will allow you to try out more software than you
ever thought possible. We are sure that you will find a multitude of
programs to your liking on the P-SIG Library on CD-ROM.

System Requirements: IBM PC/AT PS/2 or compatible with 640K, DOS 3.3 or
higher, Microsoft MS-DOS CD-ROM Extensions and a CD-ROM player. We
recommend a 386 with a VGA monitor.

T h e E s s e n t i a l H o m e & B u s i n e s s C o l l e c t i o n

"Never before has such a valuable collection of popular shareware been
compiled on one CD-ROM that everyone can afford." Dr. File Finder a.k.a.
Michael Callahan

Finally, 368 of the most useful, popular, important shareware programs
have been put together on one CD. No matter what your need, it's on The
Essential Home & Business Collection.  Everything from Administration to
Windows software is here.

The Essential CD incorporates the WordCruncher text retrieval system.
Every program on the disc is indexed by title, filename, PC-SIG disk
number, and every word in the program description.  A new utility, Narc,
is implemented so you can look at the program files and the author's
on-line documentation without having to first copy the program to your
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
Essential Home & Business Collection.

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.

T h e  P C - S I G   G a m e s    C D - R O M

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
new generation of CD-ROM users out for fun.  The CD incorporates a
hypermedia interface and allows 250 of the games to be played directly
from the CD-ROM.

The hottest games in shareware are on this disk, including the
action/arcade games "Jill of the Jungle" and "Wolfenstein 3D," which
rival or surpass commercial PC and Nintendo for use of animation,
SoundBlaster audio, and VGA graphics.  There are also games designed to
teach children mathematics, spelling and even ecology.  All these games
for less than a dime each!

Over 250 of the games can be played directly from the CD without copying
them to a floppy or a hard drive.  Being able to run from the CD means
that users can explore games without using up valuable hard disk space
or spending time downloading and deleting files.  The hypermedia
interface makes it easy to browse the titles, read a one line
description or full review, and copy or start a game by clicking the
mouse or using the keyboard.

T h e   P C - S I G   W o r l d   o f   G a m e s   C D - R O M

The new PC-SIG World of Games CD-ROM contains over 550 of the best
shareware games, including 53 educational games for children and 57
Windows games. 430 of them can be played directly from the CD without
using your hard drive space.

This edition employs the award-winning HyperReader interface, allowing
easy searching and playing by using a mouse or the keyboard.

This CD is the first in a six-volume PC-SIG Encyclopedia of Shareware
series. Each volume will include the programs from a section of the
PC-SIG collection and also the programs and text from the current issue
of Shareware Magazine. This CD contains the entire text from the
May/June issue of Shareware Magazine, featuring hardware reviews of
the Tandy Sensation and the Media Vision Pro 16 Multimedia System.
Software reviews included cover 58 new shareware releases, security,
educational, CD audio and PIM's. 159 of the programs mentioned in the
magazine are included and can be downloaded using the HyperReader

There are also 89 programs which were updated since the last issue of
Shareware Magazine, helping those of you who have purchased the 12th
edition of the PC-SIG Library keep on top of the everchanging world
of shareware.

As well, a description of every program in the PC-SIG Library can be
searched with the WordCruncher text retrieval program. This Games CD
continues the ten year PC-SIG tradition of providing quality programs
and information to help you find the best program for your purpose.

System Requirements: IBM PC/AT/PS/2 or compatible computer with 640K,
DOS 3.3 or higher, Microsoft MS-DOS CD-ROM Extensions and a CD-ROM
player. We recommend a 386 with a VGA monitor.

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

For Technical information: Call 408-730-9291 and ask for Technical

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                            P C  -  S I G


Welcome to the world of Shareware, state of the art software you can
actually try before you buy.

Shareware, a term coined in the early eighties, refers to the method of
distribution chosen by the software authors.  With shareware, you can
receive a program and put it through its paces without having to pay for
it. If you find the program useful, and choose to keep the program, then
you pay a modest registration fee to the author.

For the last nine years, PC-SIG has been providing shareware and public
domain software to its customers and members.  Since 1982 PC-SIG has
developed an unprecedented library of shareware programs, constantly
updated, consistently strong in every category.  Our library of
shareware contains over 3500 titles divided into 120 logical categories.

Every program we add to the library is thoroughly reviewed and tested to
insure that each one meets the high standards of reliability and value we
insist upon and you expect.  As a result, our library doesn't contain
every shareware program available, just those that really work.

PC-SIG has grown into the premier distributor of shareware and and
shareware information by producing shareware collections on CD-ROM,
publishing an encyclopedia of shareware, and by publishing Shareware
Magazine, a bi-monthly magazine distributed world-wide.

Quality and support - guaranteed.  All of our programs are guaranteed
virus free.  We've isolated our systems and check every program
submitted to insure that no viruses make their way to your computer or

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
available as shareware.

If you can't find the software you need in PC-SIG's library, it may well
not exist.

To order the latest in Shareware, in the U.S.A: Call (800) 245-6717

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              S H A R E W A R E  M A G A Z I N E

Shareware Magazine has distinguished itself as the only internationally
distributed periodical devoted to the use and business of shareware.
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.

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                            WnBrowse 3.2

                        A Windows File Browser


                           Nigel G. Thomas


The standard method of viewing files under Windows is to use the provided
accessory program Notepad. As a file viewer however, Notepad has a number
of limitations. It can only be used for relatively small files (less than
53K), and can only view text files. When you view a file using an editor,
you also run the risk of inadvertently modifying the file.

WnBrowse removes these limitations, and in addition provides MANY more
facilities to make file viewing faster and easier.

Some of the highlights of WnBrowse 3.2 are :

  * Support for files of up to 12 megabytes in size
  * Files may be viewed in a text or hex format
  * Text can be selected and copied to the clipboard
  * The file or a selected portion can be printed with optional user
    defined running headers/footers.
  * Font selection capability
  * Selectable colour schemes
  * Drag and Drop file support.
  * One-click operation via the Button-Bar
  * Online Help
  * Optional File Manager Extension.
  * Can list the contents of a ZIP file.

WnBrowse will ONLY run in the standard and Enhanced mode of Windows, it
will NOT run in real mode. 

  * WINDOWS 3.0 USERS - PLEASE NOTE !                                  *
  *                                                                    *
  * As shipped, WnBrowse 3.2 ONLY works with Windows 3.1 and above, it *
  * will NOT work with Windows 3.0 unless you have a copy of the       *
  * Windows 3.1 common dialog DLL COMMDLG.DLL. To save space, this DLL *
  * is not included with WnBrowse. This also applies to the 2.0 level  *
  * of OS/2 (2.1 supports Windows 3.1)                                 *

A 32 bit version of WnBrowse for use under the Windows NT system is under

Installing WnBrowse

WnBrowse is distributed as six files :

   WNBROWSE.EXE  - The WnBrowse program file
   WNBROWSE.HLP  - The on-line help file
   WNBROWSE.TXT  - Program documentation and registration details.
   WBFXTEN.DLL   - WnBrowse File Manager extension (Windows 3.1 only)
   BWCC.DLL      - The Borland Window Control Class DLL.
   README.NOW    - Information about latest release.

(WnBrowse may also be distributed as a compressed ZIP file (WINBRW.ZIP) in
which case you should use PKUNZIP to expand the file before proceeding).

1. Install the WnBrowse files

   The two WnBrowse files (EXE and HLP) should be copied to a suitable
   directory on your hard disk. You should then define WnBrowse in a
   suitable Program Manager group (refer to your Windows documentation
   for assistance on this procedure). If you are going to use the File
   Manager extension, you should also copy WBFXTEN.DLL to your hard disk.

   Note : In order for Windows to find the WnBrowse help file, it should be
          copied to a file referenced in your DOS PATH statement.

2. Install the Borland DLL.

   The BWCC.DLL file contains a number of routines used by WnBrowse to
   produce better looking dialog boxes. You may already have a copy of this
   file on your system, particularly if you use Borland products. If you
   have, you can continue to use your current copy, otherwise you must copy
   BWCC.DLL to one of the following directories :

     * The directory that contains WNBROWSE.EXE
     * Your Windows directory (usually C:\WINDOWS)
     * Your Windows system directory (usually C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM)
     * Any directory contained in your DOS PATH statement.

3. Install the WnBrowse File Manager Extension (Windows 3.1 only).

   The WnBrowse package includes an optional extension to the Windows
   File Manager that makes browsing files even easier than drag and drop.
   If you wish to install this feature, you must copy the file WBFXTEN.DLL
   to your hard disk and update the File Manager control file WINFILE.INI
   in your Windows directory (usually C:\WINDOWS) to contain the following
   two lines.


   Note : (1) The path name (after the '=') must specify the full path
              where WBFXTEN.DLL was copied in step 1.

          (2) If you already have a File Manager extension installed, then
              there will already be an [AddOns] section. In this case,
              simply add the second line after the existing [AddOns].

          (3) If you are not confident about making this change, I suggest
              you save a copy of WINFILE.INI first, or better still get
              the local Windows expert to help.

   When you have updated WINFILE.INI as above, you must stop and restart
   the File Manager for the change to take effect.

Please Note

WnBrowse is not freeware or in the public domain, it is Shareware. You may
use WnBrowse without charge for a reasonable period of time to evaluate the
product. If after that time you wish to continue using WnBrowse you must
register your copy using the procedure detailed at the end of this file. 

However, WnBrowse 3.2 is 100% functional and contains no limitations or 
'Nag' boxes.


  File Menu :


         Presents a File open dialog box from which the file to be browsed
         can be selected.

       Save As...

         Saves the current text selection to a file of your choice selected
         from the 'Save As' common dialog.

       Close File

         Closes the current file (if any) and iconizes (minimizes).

       Previous File

         Selects the previous file for browsing.

       Next File

         Selects the next file for browsing.


         Prints the current file or a selection thereof.

       Printer Setup...

         Used to select a printer and to set printer options.

       Show Information...

         Displays information about the current file (size,date etc).


         Exits WnBrowse.    

  Edit Menu :


         Copies selected text to the Windows clipboard.

       Select All

         Quickly selects the entire file.

  Search Menu :


         Searches for text within the file. The string to be searched for
         can be entered as ASCII or hex characters.

       Repeat last find

         Searches for the next occurrence of the previous find string.


         Allows the file to be scrolled to a specified line or offset.

  View Menu :

       Text Mode

         Displays the current file in the text viewing mode (the default 
         for text files).

       Hex Mode

         Displays the current file in the hex viewing mode (the default for
         non-text files).
       View ZIP File Content...

         Displays information about the files contained within a ZIP file.

  Options Menu :

        Select Font... 

          Allows the font to be selected. The same font is used for both
          displaying and printing the file.

        Expand Tabs

          If selected (indicated by a tick mark), any tabs in the file are
          expanded when displaying and printing the file.


          If selected, a ruler is displayed in the text viewing mode.

        Remove scroll bars

          If selected the scroll bars (if needed) are removed. This gives
          more space for file viewing by keyboard fans !

        Display status Line

          If selected a status line is displayed giving useful status and
          help information.

        Display Button Bar

          If selected a button bar is displayed allowing one-click access
          to many WnBrowse functions (see on-line help for details).


          Allows the WnBrowse colour scheme to be changed to match your
          particular taste.

        Set Line Length...

          Sets the length of lines displayed from non-text files in the
          text viewing mode (1-255)

        Save Settings

          Saves all the WnBrowse options.

  Help Menu :


          Displays the WnBrowse help index


          Displays help about controlling WnBrowse using the keyboard.

        Using Help

          Displays help on using Windows Help.


          Displays WnBrowse version details. 


   Selecting Files

   There are four ways of selecting files for browsing with WnBrowse.

   1. Open command
      By selecting "Open" from the File menu or by clicking the open 
      button, a dialog box is presented from which a single file can be
      selected. WnBrowse also saves the names of all files contained in
      the file listbox, these can be browsed by selecting the Previous or
      Next file command in the File menu.

   2. Drag and Drop

      When WnBrowse is executed under Windows 3.1 (or higher), the Drag
      and Drop feature can be used to select files. One or more files can
      be dragged from the File Manager and dropped onto the WnBrowse Window
      or the WnBrowse ICON. To facilitate easy drag and dropping, the 
      WnBrowse ICON can be kept on constant display by selecting 'Keep ICON
      on top' from the WnBrowse system menu. 

   3. Command Line

      The name of the file to be browsed can be specified on the WnBrowse
      command line. More than one file can be selected by using the DOS
      wildcards '?' and '*'.

            WNBROWSE.EXE C:\DOCS\*.TXT

      Would select all files in the DOCS directory with a file type of TXT.

   4. WnBrowse File Manager Extension.

      If you installed the optional WnBrowse File Manager Extension for
      Windows 3.1, you can browse files directly from a new File Manager
      menu. The extension adds an extra menu (Browse) to the File Manager
      menu bar. To browse a file (or files), simply select the files in
      the usual way, and select 'Browse Selected File(s)' from the Browse
      menu. The Browse menu option works from both the directory window
      and the search results window.

      If a copy of WnBrowse is not running when the Browse option is
      selected, the WnBrowse File Manager extension attempts to start a 
      copy. For this to work, a copy of WNBROWSE.EXE must be in a directory
      contained in the DOS PATH statement.

  Selecting Text

  The mouse is used to select text from the file being browsed. The
  selected text is displayed in a different colour to distinguish it
  from unselected text. Selected text can be copied to the Windows
  clipboard (for pasting into other applications), can be printed, or
  can be save to a file.

  Text is selected in the usual way by clicking the mouse at the start or
  end of the required text, and dragging the mouse over the required text.
  If the mouse is dragged outside the boundaries of the WnBrowse window, 
  the file will be scrolled and selected.

  To speed up text selected, the keyboard can be used. For example, click
  and hold the mouse at the start of the required text, then use the
  Page-Down key to scroll through the file, selecting as you go.

  Note : In text mode, selection is done character by character, in hex
         view mode selection is line by line.


  The File menu contains two commands used to control printing, the first
  'Printer Setup' is used to select the required printer, and to set
  printer options, such as page size. The actual options available will
  vary according to the type of printer being used.

  The second print command 'Print' is used to display a dialog box from
  which file printing is controlled (you can also click on the printer

  The following options are available :

    * Print full file or only selected text
    * Set the size of the left, top and bottom margins
    * Print with or without user defined headers and footers.

  If the header/footer check box is clicked, the print dialog box is
  expanded to allow the entry of a header and footer line to be printed at
  the top and bottom of each page. Along with the text required in these 
  lines, you may also include the following codes :

      &d - Prints the current date
      &t - Prints the current time
      &f - Prints the name of the file being printed
      &p - Prints the current page number

  Note: The exact format of the time and date is dependant on the current
        control panel settings.

  The slash character '/' can be used to left justify, right justify, or
  centre text within the headers and footers.

  for example :

     &f/&d/Page &p

  would result in :

    wnbrowse.txt                28/08/92                    Page 1

  Page Ejects

  When printing a text file, if any line contains a new-page ASCII character
  in position one (hex '0C'), WnBrowse will start a new page before printing
  that line. When printing files that contain new-page characters, you 
  should ensure that the page margins are set to appropriate values.

  Mouse control

  While most WnBrowse functions can be controlled by either the mouse
  or the keyboard, some functions are only available via the mouse. One,
  text selection, has already been covered, below are the rest :

     Popup File selection

       When multiple files are available for browsing, a single right
       click of the mouse in the WnBrowse window will produce a popup
       dialog box allowing quick file selection.

     Mouse File positioning

       If the left mouse button is double clicked on a text line two
       things take place :

         1. The line is scrolled to the top of the window.
         2. The new file position is remembered by WnBrowse.

       If the right mouse button is subsequently double clicked anywhere
       within the WnBrowse text window, the file is repositioned at the
       point saved above. A second right button double click returns to
       the previous position.

     Selecting text to search for

       You can quickly find other occurrences of a text string within a
       file by selecting the text you want to search for before clicking
       the Find button or selecting Find from the Search menu. The selected 
       text will be used as the initial string to be searched for.       

     Launch Button

       When browsing a file that has an associated program defined, you can
       launch that program by clicking on the Launch button. For example,
       if you click the Launch button while browsing a BMP file, the
       Windows paint brush program will be launched. The associations
       used by WnBrowse are defined using the Windows File Manager.

  Keyboard Usage

            Key                         Usage    
       ===============  =======================================

        F1              Displays the Help Index 
        F3              Performs a Find Next 
        ESC             Closes the file and iconizes 
        ctrl-T          Selects text view mode 
        ctrl-H          Selects hex view mode 
        ctrl-M          Toggles the display of the menu 
        ctrl-S          Saves the currently selected options 
        ctrl-C          Copies selected text to the clipboard 
        ctrl-Page Up    Browses the previous file 
        ctrl-Page Down  Browses the next file
        Page Up         Scrolls up one window full 
        Page Down       Scrolls down one window full 
        Up Arrow        Scrolls up one line 
        Down Arrow      Scrolls down one line 
        Left Arrow      Scrolls left 8 characters 
        Right Arrow     Scrolls right 8 characters 
        Home            Scrolls to the top of the file 
        End             Scrolls to the bottom of the file. 

  Saving Options

  A large number of WnBrowse options can be changed to match your exact
  requirements, these include the colour scheme, default font etc. To
  avoid having to reset these settings each time you start WnBrowse,
  you can save these settings by using the 'Save Settings' command on
  the Options menu. WnBrowse saves all the settings in a private INI file
  in the Windows directory as WNBROWSE.INI. No changes are made to any of 
  the Windows INI files.

  Named Saved Options

  WnBrowse also allows you to save options as named configurations, 
  allowing you to specify the named configuration at run time.
  To do this you must tell WnBrowse the name of the INI configuration to
  use at startup. This is done by passing the required name as a command
  line parameter.

         WNBROWSE.EXE -Iname

  The dash character indicates a WnBrowse parameter, the 'I' specifies that
  an INI configuration name follows, 'name' can be any name you like (less
  than 20 characters).

  Customizing  File Open Filters

  When you select the File open command (or click the open button), the
  common Windows file open dialog box is displayed. Included is a list
  box (List files of type) containing file filters. You can use your
  own list of filters by adding a parameter to the WnBrowse options
  file (WNBROWSE.INI).

  The filter string should consist of one or more pairs of strings
  separated and terminated by a unique character. For example to allow
  for the selection of TXT files or INI files you would code :

    FilterSpec=Text Files (*.TXT)|*.TXT|INI Files (*.INI)|*.INI|

  You may also combine filters into a single selection by separating them
  with a semicolon, for example :

    FilterSpec=Text Files (*.TXT;*.DOC)|*.TXT;*.DOC|

  The First filter in the list is used as the default. The default 
  filter used by WnBrowse is :

    All Files (*.*)|*.*|Text Files (*.TXT)|*.TXT|INI Files (*.INI)|*.INI|
  Note : WnBrowse does not perform any sanity checks on the supplied
         string. Failure to provide a valid string will produce
         unpredictable results.   

  Removing WnBrowse from your system

  If after evaluating WnBrowse you decide not to register it, you must
  remove it from your system. To do this delete the following files :

  If you also copied the BWCC.DLL file to your hard disk, this file should
  also be deleted. DON'T delete this file if you had a copy before WnBrowse
  was installed ! 

  If you saved the WnBrowse settings, delete the file WNBROWSE.INI from
  your Windows directory (usually C:\WINDOWS).

  If you installed the WnBrowse File Manager extension, you should remove
  the appropriate line from the [Addons] section of WINFILE.INI.

Registering WnBrowse

  If you like WnBrowse enough to want to continue using it after the
  evaluation period, you must register it using the procedure below. The
  benefits of registration are many :

    * You will have access to free product support.

    * You will receive details of new versions of WnBrowse (and hopefully
      other future products).

    * You will be able to make suggestions for improvements and (horror)
      report any bugs.

    * You will enable me to continue to improve and support what I hope
      is the first of many useful products.

    * If the version you are evaluating has been superseded, you will also
      receive a copy of the latest version. 

  To get all of the above send a cheque or money order made payable to
  N.G.Thomas to the following address :

          39 Redshank Avenue,
          Cheshire CW7 1SP,
  Please send what you think WnBrowse is worth, I suggest 10 UK pounds.

  (Please note that at this time I CANNOT accept payment by credit cards,
   if absolutely necessary, send cash (in Sterling))
  Include the following :

      * Your name
      * Your address and telephone number.
      * From where you acquired WnBrowse
      * The version being evaluated.
      * Required disk size 3.5 or 5.25.

      Note : A new disk will ONLY be sent if there is a newer version
             of WnBrowse available.

      Any comments on the product would also be appreciated. 

  For details on registering multiple copies of WnBrowse, please contact
  me at the above address.
  I can also be contacted on CompuServe, my ID is 100117,1542.

The Legal Stuff

   WnBrowse is supplied as is. The author disclaims all warranties, 
   expressed or implied, including, without limitation, the warranties of
   merchantability and of fitness for any purpose. The author assumes no
   liability for damages, direct or consequential, which may result from
   the use of WnBrowse.

   WnBrowse is a "shareware program", and is provided at no charge for you
   to evaluate for a reasonable period of time. You may also pass copies of
   WnBrowse to friends so that they may also evaluate the product. If you 
   do pass on WnBrowse, you must do so without modification, including all
   of the supplied files.

   If you find WnBrowse useful and wish to continue using it, you must
   register it using the procedure outlined above. Once you have registered
   WnBrowse, you may continue to use this version, and ALL future versions
   of WnBrowse, without further charge.
Techi stuff + Thanks

   WnBrowse was developed on an IBM PS/2 model 70 under Windows 3.0 and
   a Dell 466/T under Windows 3.1. It was written in the C language and
   was compiled using the Borland C++ compiler version 3.1. 

   The ICON was provided by Arthur. Thanks Arthur !

   A number of people have contributed to the design of WnBrowse by 
   providing constructive criticism and suggestions for improvements.
   Thanks to all, but particularly to Tom and Jack. 

Release History

   13/05/91  1.00   Initial release
   21/05/91  1.01   Allow filename to be passed as a parameter
   07/06/91  1.02   Fix horizontal position when re-sizing bug
                    support for Ruler display
                    double-click scroll function
                    Selectable font facility
                    Print support
   12/07/91  1.03   Fix bug in Printer support
   21/08/91  1.04   Added find support
   20/09/91  1.05   Force standard size of initial window
                    Allow text display of hex type file
                    Online help added
                    Support EBCDIC translation for IBMers
   17/10/91  1.06   Added clipboard support
   18/11/91  1.07   Process SB_THUMBTRACK on vertical scroll
                    Extend Printer support
   31/01/92  2.00   Modified to use Borland Window controls (BWCC)
                    Support for initial window size on startup
   05/02/92  2.01   Fix to ColoursProc to avoid the dreaded UAE
                    fix to put window in required place
                    Support file position saving facility
   13/02/92  2.02   Fix to correctly save the font type
                    fix to correctly process the command line
                    support for international character sets
   15/02/92  2.03   Support for large files
                    Support for file information display
                    Support for GOTO dialog
   28/02/92  2.04   Support for status line
                    Fix to prevent menu options being grayed in error
   05/03/92  2.05   Fix to correct selection of single line of text
                    Allow named saves to be made to the ini file
                    Added more status line messages
                    Finally added hex search support
                    Menu status (suppress/display) saved in INI file
   26/03/92  2.06   Support for displaying next/prev file
   24/04/92  2.07   Fixed a few small bugs
                    Changed text selection to character vs line
                    Added file list popup dialog
                    Allow user to set non-text line length
                    Add drag and drop support - 3.1 At Last !
                    Added an extra colour choice - Grey
   21/05/92  2.08   Improve printer setup
                    Support for wild-cards in command line
                    Support file printing via association (-p command)
                    Support for floating ICON
                    Total revamp of colour selection dialog
   05/08/92  2.09   Add call to DragFinish and use 3.1 SDK
   14/08/92  3.00   First shareware version 
                      Added button bar
                      Added Nag Box and registration Dialog
   17/02/93  3.1    Second shareware version :
                      Use common dialogs for file open and font selection
                      Improved the look of the button bar
                      Fixed a couple of well hidden bugs
                      Nag Box and registration dialog removed
                      ZIP File support

   22/03/93  3.2    Bug fix +
                      Fixed colour dialog to work with new BWCC.DLL
                      Fix Open dialog to corectly save long path names
                      Allow font sizes to be saved under Windows 3.0
                      Add Save As support.
                      Add Select All menu command.

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   PS/2 and OS/2 are trademarks of International Business Machines Ltd.
   PKUNZIP is copyright PKWARE Ltd.

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