Converts emails and their attachments to numbered text files suitable for importing into applicant tracking and resume packages such as Res-Trac. CVs can be cleansed using Text-Pipe filters to remove blank lines and garbage characters, word wrap, fix punctuation and much more. Attaches to MAPI clients including MS Outlook or Lotus Notes. Processed emails can be moved or deleted, custom headers and footers can be added to each email and attachment.
A full-featured, Y2K compliant menu system that can be used to run all of your favorite programs. It looks very slick, uses no memory and is network-compatible
It runs under DOS, Windows 3.x, 95 and NT, and supports long filenames. It caters for all levels of users by being very easy to setup, use and modify. Advanced users like its rich command structure and unrestrictive design, while beginners like its apparent simplicity and attractive windowed presentation.
disables the mouse AND keyboard so that inadvertent keystrokes or mouse clicks caused by babies, children or pets won't destroy your unsaved 100 page masterpiece.
Disables the mouse, keyboard and the monitor for cleaning.
Search Replace performs interactive search and replace (with pattern matching and replacing) inside your database. Supports VB-Scripting as well!
Save Gigabytes on your server by deleting or detaching email attachments.
DOS does not provide any capabilities to change the date of directories or volume labels, and this is the gap that Dir-Date fills.
Dir-Date can change any part of the date and/or time on any disk file, directory or volume label, whether it is located in the root directory or a subdirectory. It can be used to indicate to search utilities that the contents of a directory have been updated. DirDate skips altering Windows 95 long filenames. Any part of the date and/or time can be set to the current date/time, or to a specified value. Dates may be set to the same date as that of a reference file, or to the date of a reference file modified by subsequent values.
shows you how much disk space is used and wasted in each folder.
Its uses include: Finding space hogs on a network * Finding multiple copies of a single application on a server * Finding which directories could be archived to save space (typically those that contain lots of small files) * Finding where most of the disk space is used * Finding applications to remove before installing a new one * Previewing the benefits of a smaller cluster size * Generating daily, weekly or monthly reports showing how the disk space distribution has changed. You can easily generate tab- or comma-delimited output to feed directly into your favourite spreadsheet for further analysis * Showing you the complete directory tree.
The TextPipe Engine is a much higher speed version of the same COM object that is inside the main Text-Pipe program.
It has no GUI code to slow it down, and hence it is ideal to embed inside your application. The Text-Pipe Engine is royalty-free. The Engine is packaged as an ActiveX DLL rather than as a EXE. After a very simple registration process which is performed by your installation package, this DLL can be fully scripted by languages including Visual Basic, C and Delphi.
Converts emails to numbered text files suitable for further processing.
Attaches to MAPI clients including MS Outlook or Lotus Notes. Processed emails can be moved or deleted.
allows you to search and replace in many Excel spreadsheets in one shot.
It supports all of Excel's search and replace options, and in addition, allows replacing hyperlink addresses.
Disables the keyboard so a DVD can be watched by a small child without them destroying your computer!
When Windows dies, all your long filenames can't be transferred to a new machine. But if you ran LFNit! beforehand, you can transfer the files and then restore the long filenames!
It's also handy for use with old 16 bit utilities that don't recognize
long filenames. After 16 bit software has compressed, backed up, copied, moved or transferred your files, use LFNit! to restore the long filenames with the completely portable .BAT file! Very useful with old software. Safe-doesn't use direct disk access. FAT32 compatible.
makes it easy for developers AND beginners to design and test patterns.
Patterns written with perl regular expressions, egrep regex, MS Word or Brief pattern matching languages can be designed and tested with syntax highlighting and a slick test facility. Pattern-Helper can run stand-alone, and also integrates with TextPipe Pro and a host of other applications. Default patterns can also be chosen from a list, and much more.
allows you to search and replace in many PowerPoint presentations in one shot. It supports all of PowerPoint's search and replace options.
Converts emails and their attachments to numbered text files suitable for importing into applicant tracking and resume packages such as Res-Trac.
CVs can be cleansed using Text-Pipe filters to remove blank lines and garbage characters, word wrap, fix punctuation and much more. Attaches to MAPI clients including MS Outlook or Lotus Notes. Processed emails can be moved or deleted, custom headers and footers can be added to each email and attachment. Extract data from job board emails and much more!
Makes text processing a snap! Whether it's a 30,000 page website or the Clipboard, TextPipe automates common tasks like search/replace (with pattern matching and Sounds-like), end-of-line conversion, extract email addresses, fixing HTML, etc.
100 example filters are included to get you started, and TextPipe's 60 internal filters make life easy. Full HTML online help is provided. Multi-threading handles streams in parallel.
Don't wake your German boss at 3am! Use Time Zone Helper to show the optimum
working time overlap! Or schedule international conference calls, phone calls to friends, etc.!
allows you to search many Word documents in one shot. It cannot perform replacements.
THE ultimate replacement for MS-DOS's CD (or CHDIR) command. Matches names by wildcard or partial matching by truncating, extending or correcting the name typed! Multiple matches can display a multi-screen list. Can create a directory if it doesn't exist. Maintains a history of recently visited directories, and a list of aliases for commonly used directories. A must have for use with Windows 95 long filenames (which it supports fully). You can change drives at the same time, and it doesn't care which kind of slash you use (\ or /). It does NOT use any index files. It can perform multilevel matches eg \*\doc finds all second level doc directories. Sets error level on exit to indicate success or failure. DOS 3.1+, 49k.
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