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BookWorm 5.6.3

This software is suitable for individuals, bookshops and libraries.It is a 32...


Last Week downloads: 2
Total downloads: 834
  • Last Updated: May 13, 2008
  • License: Demo $29.95
  • OS: Windows 2000/98/Me
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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BookWorm is a Home & Education software developed by Resoco Ltd. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for BookWorm:

BS Editor: This software is suitable for individuals, bookshops and libraries.It is a 32-bit program (requires Win95/98/2000/ME or NT4), having an MDI interface - multiple windows can be open simultaneously giving different views of the data, in form and grid views. Bookworm features multiple windows on the database allowing data entry whilst simultaneously searching, using powerful SQL queries to find data. Drop-down lists with automatic updating of lists speed data entry. The program can handle an almost unlimited number of records (depending on hard disc space available) and data can be sorted on various fields. Some of the field headings can be user-defined. A 'find' system locates all records containing specific text and displays in the order chosen by the user. Individual records can be marked to form a view-group, and the program tracks books that are lent out - never lose another book. The program has context-sensitive help throughout which is available with a single keypress. The download program is a self-extracting file that contains a Setup wizard for installation. Uninstall utility included. Individual records or pages of the database can be printed, with options for landscape/portrait, scaling, which pages to print, and much more.
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