From Rolenta Press:
INAJ is a powerful, yet surprisingly, easy-to-use address book that eliminates the need for multiple mailing lists. Organize Personal and Business addresses. Labels can be printed with a variety of headings at the click of the mouse. Labels can be easily addressed to couples, or to individuals, including children. Labels can be printed anywhere on a sheet. Easily generate return labels. Tracks if a married woman uses her husband's last name, uses her own last name, or uses a hyphenated name. Children do not have to have the same last name as their parents. Store email addresses and cellphone numbers of children. Easy migration when a child leaves home. Store secondary addresses. Primary address and secondary addresses can be easily toggled when a person switches primary residences. Labels, phone lists, and address book pages can be printed by categories or individually. Keeps track of who you sent event invitations to and who responded. Keeps track of gifts given by guests. Easily organize where guests sit at tables. Tracks upcoming events by days. Print table assignment place cards. Labels can be produced for one-time addresses that aren't stored in your database. Send emails and Google mail directly from program. Easily create email distribution lists. Connect to Google Maps for location of addresses at the touch of a button. Easily connect to business website. Print monthly calendars from January 1900 to December 2100. Import and export data in native or text formats. Easy-to-use online help system. Just press F1 from anywhere in the program.
December 10, 2004
Version: INAJ: The Easy-To-Use Address Book 5.2.8
When setting up it said it couldn't continue b/c I had some out of date files and did I want to setup to update the files. I said yes. Then rebooted and computer wouldn't work. It updated a DLL file in my system file & no programs would operate. I couldn't even get online to find out about the problem. Luckily my antivirus software had a copy of the file that I replaced the damage one with or I wouldn't be online now.