Cartoon-A-Day Calendar Plus (PC DOS, 3 1/2" Disk) Individual Software Inc. - 1991 USA, Canada Release

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Cartoon-A-Day Calendar Plus
Product ID 18527-20602
Product UPC 018527206027
Platform(s) PC
Packaging Retail Box
Media 3 1/2" Disk
Copyright date 1991
Publisher(s) Individual Software Inc.
Category(s) Productivity, Calendar
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

Give your computer a sense of humor!

Cartoon A Day Calendar contains a collection of cartoons by Kevin Pope that will keep you chuckling throughout the years.

You can find Kevin Pope and his family living and working in the quiet rolling hills of Southern Indiana, alongside the people and places you often see in his cartoons. His perspective of daily life is the basis for the quick wit and subtle humor portrayed in his art.

Each day brings you a new cartoon that gives you a fresh look at everyday expressions that don't seem to make much sense, like "The sky's the limit." Kevin Pope's cartoons give them a whole new meaning and will keep you in stitches too!

You can change the cartoon every day. Or keep a favorite displayed for as long as you like. It's your choice.

Here's what you get:

  • Calendars: plan or view your schedule one day, one month or one year at a time; count down to your vacation and other special occasions.
  • Day planner: plan your day using a flexible time schedule, record special events, and more.
  • Quick memo: liven up someone's day and help remember your message by including a cartoon.
  • To Do List: create or update your list of things to do.
  • Clocks: view a clock alongside your daily cartoon and month calendar.

System Requirements

PC MS-DOS 2.0
Required CPU XT 8088/8086
Required RAM 512K
Req. Hard Drive Yes
Rec. Hard Drive 1
Recommend Mouse Yes
Supports Mouse Yes
Supported Video EGA
VGA
MCGA
Hercules Monochrome

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