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On the DOS/Windows side of my job, I have several programs that will allow me to create verbose listings of which files are installed to which directory when doing a program install. I desperately require such a function for either my PowerBook 5300c or my Quadra. The program should be either freeware or shareware.

Any information that you may be able to forward will be greatly appreciated.

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Doug Donahue
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There is a couple of those app on the Mac aswell. Like Mac User's Install Tracker. You can get it at;
http://www.zdnet.com/macuser/software/
click on "browse categories" and select "ZD Exclusives:MacUser Utilities".
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Always nice to hear from those that know. Although I have been working with DOS/Windows machines for a decade+, I am learning the Macintosh to (hopefully) ensure my continuity or service with my employer (a local ISP).

Thanks for the prompt reply. It is certainly appreciated...

Doug
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