Windows XP, Windows Vista , Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10.
Hard disk with at least 20 MB available.
800 x 600 screen resolution or better
|Sep 11, 2016||1.66.08||
Was failing to import CSV files with only one line
Now remembers last location where CSV file was loaded from.
Now ignores blank lines in CSV files.
|Dec 10, 2013||1.66.7||Compatibility with Windows 8.1, minor cosmetic changes.|
|Sep 10, 2012||1.66.05||When doing reports (lists) you now have the option to "Use Current Sort Order". That means you can print the report and it will come out in the order that you have selected on the main screen under the "Sort" menu.|
|Sep 4, 2012||
|Installation program now supports installs on Windows 8. After testing on the final Windows 8 release, we have found no compatibility issues and have therefore modified the installation program to include Windows 8 in the platform check.|
|Mar 7, 2012||1.66.04||Fixed problem with indexing when user files are located in a folder which has a very long name containing spaces|
|Aug 29, 2011||1.66.02||
Now keeps the same printer between different types of
output, when printer selected is not Windows Default.
Better error handling in some printing situations
|Feb 9, 2011||1.66||Small tweaks|
|Feb 17, 2010||1.64||Small changes for better compatibility with Windows 7 and 64-bit Windows|
|Dec 5, 2008||1.62||Fix for rare "floating point" error when working with certain HP printers (1600, 2600 series)|
|May 22, 2008||1.61||Clicking the Save button when using Modify (not New) for a label design, it did nothing. Fixed.|
|April 29, 2008||1.60||Windows Vista support|
|Feb 26, 2008||1.50||
Adds utility function "Convert Case". Use this option on
the Utilities menu to convert selected record information
to upper case, lower case or first-letter-caps.
Adds utility function "Search & Replace Field Values". The Search and Replace screen presents options for search a particular field for a particular value, and replacing it with another value.
|Aug 10, 2005||1.30||
Resized all major screens to fit within 800 x 600 rather
than 640 x 480.
Changes were made to better accommodate those users who have chosen "Large Fonts" usage under their Windows display settings, or those users with poor vision.
|Apr 1, 2005||1.2m||
Fixes a problem with ASCII Import when one of the ASCII
fields is greater than 255 characters in length.
Adds a "Skip first line in import file" option to ASCII import, for use when first line is field definition line.