From CyberNiche Software:
The Books Program is a database system that allows the user to track their personal library. Use it to help organize your books -- keep track of what books you have, where they are, who wrote them, whether you have read them or loaned them, and how much you paid for them. Time saving features allow you to select previously entered authors or publishers by entering just a few letters, so that large libraries of books can be entered quickly. The program will print a variety of reports, and custom reports, for the books you have entered. The Books Program is designed to be easy to use, for book lovers with any level of computer experience. Context sensitive help is available throughout the program.
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