Who would have thought that it would be printer specific escape characters of printed documents that would elude us so some twenty years later? With the latest update, dbDOS has resolved an issue related to printing reports from DOS based applications. If you are printing reports that use the PICA or 10 Characters Per-Inch (CPI) then dbDOS™ 1.5.1 is your solution.
“dbDOS™ enables our existing dBASE DOS customers to continue using their great software”, said Mike Rozlog CEO of dBase, LLC. “The biggest issue we have been trying to fix for our customers is the print functionality on new hardware. Now, with dbDOS™ 1.5.1, we finally have a solution that appears to work across a wide range of hardware setups.”
dbDOS™ 1.5.1 is an exciting upgrade for customers already using older dBASE for DOS products and is currently available for $99 USD. It is also an excellent opportunity for users of dBASE III and IV for DOS to upgrade to the dBASE CLASSIC™ product currently on SALE right now for just $79 USD*! The dBASE CLASSIC™ product is based on dBASE V (5.0) for DOS and can be bundled at a special price of $179 USD*.
*Sale price is available only for purchases during the month of October 2012.
dbDOS is simply the fastest, easiest way to work with dBASE III, IV (1,2,3), and V for Microsoft DOS running today on Windows® 32/64 bit operating systems. It is as easy as one, two, three – migrate your existing programs and data; run dbDOS’s install and configuration process; and enjoy your favorite dBASE DOS software. Visit http://www.dbdos.com for details.
About dBASE CLASSIC
dBASE Classic™ brings the simplicity and power of dBASE V for DOS back to the world of development to run on the latest hardware and software. Build hi-powered data-driven applications that use the xBASE language to its fullest. Now run it on the latest operating system from Microsoft when used with dbDOS. Visit http://www.dbaseclassic.com for details.
About dBase LLC
Built on a 25-year foundation of technology and software development excellence, dBase LLC was launched in 2012 as a company with a vision to create a new generation of business intelligence products and data management tools that will transform the way people manage data. The product dBASE, created in 1981 by the founders of Ashton-Tate, was world’s first widely used relational database management system and one of the best-selling software titles of its time. The company grew from a small garage-based team to a multinational corporation recognized among the “Big Three,” including Microsoft and Lotus. In 1991, Ashton-Tate was sold to Borland Software Corporation, which popularized dBASE as the world’s most accepted database standard. Today, dBASE is used by millions of software developers and others in FORTUNE 1000 companies and government agencies worldwide. Visit http://www.dbase.com for details.