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Business Card Designer Plus (893 KB) (02/21/98)

allows you to create stunning business cards on any Windows compatible printer. With this program you'll be creating your own business cards in minutes. It's that easy to use! Simply the best business card program available. <- Italic print From the catalog.txt file within the archive. I've used this in the past it's not MS Publisher, but not 15MB either. 
 



 

Labels, Cards & More (838KB) (02/21/98)

the easiest to use label program available. But don't think that means you have to miss out on features, just because it's easy to use. This program can print on anything from labels to cards to tags and even full page displays on any Windows compatible printer. It's so easy to use, you'll be creating labels in minutes! <- Italic print From the catalog.txt file within the archive. I've used this in the past also, and like the above, it's not MS Publisher, but not 15MB either. 

Patches for Windows 95/98 Applications
 

Microsoft Office 97

For more information about these patches check the Microsoft Office site at http://www.microsoft.com

Service Pack 1
size 8682 Kb
date 10-1-98
This patch is only necessary in the older versions of Office 97. To check and see if yours needs it, go to any of the programs and choose HELP|ABOUT. This will tell you if it has been pre-installed. If it has, you will see "SR-1" after your version of Office 97.

Service Pack 2
size 23575 Kb
date 9-19-98
This patch is necessary for most versions of Office 97. Additionally, Service Pack 1 MUST be installed prior to installing this one. To check and see if yours needs it, go to any of the programs and choose HELP|ABOUT. This will tell you if it has been pre-installed. If it has, you will see "SR-1" after your version of Office 97. 



Special note:
This is an "FYI" more than a warning describing a situation I personally went through when upgrading my copy of Office 97. There is a problem with updating Office 97 that I encountered. When I updated Office 95 to 97, I got an error on starting Access that stated "a license cannot be found on this machine, Access cannot start". I then went to microsoft support online, searched for the exact error message in the natural language query, and found a fix for it. I was then able to run it with no problems. I was also able to upgrade to Service Pack 1 with no problems. When I upgraded to Service Pack 2 however, none of the apps would work properly. I then reinstalled office 97 and did not get the Access license error, then up0graded to Service Packs 1 and 2 with no problems. I reported these problems to Microsoft buit they haven't been very forthcoming with answers and I haven't pushed it since I don't have any problems now.

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