Example form showing Gemini Star 10X configuration.
Form Master v1.1.
No special requirements.
Dos 2.0 or later.
Brad Simpson, CastleSoft, 990 Oakwood Drive, Castle Rock, CO 80104. (303) 688-2954.
$20. Registered users will receive the latest copy of this package with telephone support.
Form Master is a handy program designed so you can easily create your own custom forms. You can also modify, fill in, and print out dozens of your own forms, tailored specifically to your own specific needs. This helpful program can save you both time and money, plus the hassle of searching for the perfect form for a particular purpose. You can also import text for forms from your text editor, or export form text to your editor. Print your forms, fill in the blanks and then print them, or fill in the blanks and print only what you have entered for filling in a pre-printed form loaded in your printer. Automatically enter the date, time and form number when you complete your form. You also have special printer control characters which let you tell your printer to produce boldface, italics, subscript, superscript, underlines, expanded and compressed text, and more. NOTE: The program lets you specially set up to use your own printer. You may not need to do this if your printer is a fully Epson LX-800 compatible, which is the default printer setting used by FORM MASTER. And, on-line help is available by hitting . Form Master also makes use of numerous function key short-cuts to make your form productions a snap. And you can use it's features to draw lines and boxes as well. Plus, the program supports both color and monochrome monitors. You should probably read FM.DOC at least once before using Form Master to become familiar with the program.
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.
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