Papyrus software?

Neil S Harris neil at gandalf.otago.ac.nz
Thu Nov 9 18:58:16 EST 1995

In article <47qfd9$i6e at babbage.ece.uc.edu> "Jeffrey L. Nauss" <nauss at ucmod2.che.uc.edu> writes:
>From: "Jeffrey L. Nauss" <nauss at ucmod2.che.uc.edu>
>Subject: Re: Papyrus software?
>Date: 8 Nov 1995 14:38:33 GMT
>sorind at crash.cts.com (Sorin Damian) wrote:
>>I'm posting this question for a friend of mine...
>>He was talking 
>>about something new (or newer) by the name "Papyrus". Is anybody willing 
>>to help him in obtaining this software package.
>Papyrus version 7.0 can be obtained from:
>Research Software Design
>2718 SW Kelly Street, Suite 181
>Portland, OR 97201
>(503) 796-1368
>FAX: (503) 241-4260
>e-mail: RSD at applelink.apple.com
>The full program is available for $99 and runs on DOS or in a DOS-window with
>Windows 3.1.  I don't know for sure if it will work in Windows 95 but I believe
>it will.
>A demo is available for $25 (I think that is the cost) which will be applied
>towards the purchase price of the complete program.  The demo is fully
>functional but with a reduced size for the database.  Nevertheless, it
>certainly will allow you to appreciate the full potential for the program.
>I have used Papyrus for over five years now and am extremely happy with it.  I
>highly recommend it.
>                                                Jeff Nauss

I also have Papyrus and consider it the best I've seen, especially
the shortcuts which make data entry less of a hassle.

I run it under Win95 without any problems.

Neil S. Harris
Botany Dept.
University of Otago
Dunedin, New Zealand
neil at phyton.otago.ac.nz

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