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I am looking for a copy of "Professional File" database program. My customer uses it and is balking at upgrading. he has a simply database file but as we all know when you get older change comes hard. "Professional File" database program was manufactured by Software Publishing Company of Mountain View, CA. I have done some searching but have come up with no results. If anyone has some viable info I woul appreciate it. I have already suggested to him saving it to a generic format and upgrading, but to no avail. thanks. he is using win98 first edition on a 233mhz system with 64mb of ram.
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Is he looking to expand his system with a second or third pc with the same software?
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no. but he doesnt have any discs
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I haven't seen any for years.  I threw mine out about 5 years ago.  

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Ebay, used computer shops, local computer user groups etc?
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psalm10720, thanks for the points,  What has your client decided to do?  if anything?
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