#351 Genealogy ON DISPLAY v6.0, keeping track of family's history.
Genealogy ON DISPLAY v6.0.
A printer (optional).
Dos 2.1 or later, and BASIC.
This program only recognizes drive A. It requires the following
procedure to install
Create a data disk by copying VERIFILE. and MENU.BAS to a blank disk. If you are unsure about how to copy files, consult the instruction sheet that came with your MicroCom order or consult your DOS manual. Once copied, place your working copy of the program disk into drive A and type "GWBASIC MENU /S:256". At the menu, select one of the options to create a database. When the message "Put data disk in place and press Enter" appears, remove the program disk and insert the newly created data disk into drive A. When the menu appears again, replace the data disk with the program disk. Select another database creation option. Continue swapping the two disks until all required databases have been created.
Enter "0" at main menu.
Enter "GWBASIC PRINTERS /S:256" for the printing of the User Manual.
Melvin O. Duke, P.O. Box 2048, Morgan Hill, CA 95038-2048. (408) 779-7755
You can create and maintain your own family history using Genealogy ON DISPLAY! Pedigree Charts, Family Group Sheets and Descendents Charts, as well as personal information about each individual are available on demand using this easy, friendly program. And you can send this information to either the printer or the display screen.
Part of The MicroCom Collection, MicroCom Systems' best of public domain and user-supported software library.
Imaged from 5.25″ diskette using a Mitsumi D509V3 floppy drive and a FC5025 USB floppy controller.
The source diskette was part of a household collection and may contain e.g. high score files that were not present on the original pristine filesystem. Check timestamps: any file dated 1990-01-01 or later, that isn't mentioned in help.doc, is likely not original.
The file dosbox.conf in the zip file is not original. Its purpose is to slow down emulation.