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Path: gmdzi!unido!!!!!!wupost!!rutgers!!em21
From: (Eben Moglen)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.desqview
Subject: Format of DV Calendar Companian .DDF files
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Date: 15 Sep 91 23:31:36 GMT
Organization: Columbia University
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Does anyone have a reference to a QOS document describing the format
of the .DDF files used by the Calendar Companion to DV?  I don't have
one in my files; if you have it online, I'd be grateful if you'd send it
to me.

Alternatively, perhaps better, since this was the project that prompted
me to look for the format of .DDF files in the first place, does anyone
have a program to do pretty printing of calendars maintained in the
companion?  Its print utility is pretty rough and ready; I want to be
able to jazz things up.  If no one has a lead I'll write it myself and
share the outcome.  Thanks a great deal.

Path: gmdzi!unido!fauern!!!!!em21
From: (Eben Moglen)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.desqview
Subject: Format of Dv Datebook .DDF files
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Date: 28 Sep 91 15:41:54 GMT
Organization: Columbia University
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I'm sorry to repeat a prior inquiry, but I am still seeking a
description of the record format of the .DDF files used by DV's Datebook
Companion.  If you have any information that would help me, but
particularly a QOS .TEC on the matter, please e-mail to me and I will
summarize.  Thx vry mch.

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