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Announcements is used by 4 users of Software Informer. The names of program executable files are Announce.exe, NOTEPAD.EXE, PrintPratic.exe, stwrd.exe and winhlp32.exe. Works with inv, gft, pos, bus, ltr, cer, ban, bro, car, cft and pcr file types. This particular product is not fit to be reviewed by our informers.

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Sue I had Announcements 6 & 7, however, they are no longer compatible with the new Windows. It is a very easy to use program. Would like to see a new version for Windows 10!

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anony I purchased Announcements 7 just before the company who partnered with Parsons Technology split and took their announcement software.

Announcements 7 has both 15-bit files on it and 32-bit files. It was written to work in Windows 95. It worked with later operating systems when using compatibility option in properties. I found that it worked well with Windows 7.
Would receive messages in operating system 8 - 32-bit, that ann. had stopped working. I would turn it off and re-start the program and continued with my projects.
Because this was annoying I decided that I would try to delete the 16-bit files from the program disk. Continued to have the problem. I did a search in Windows Explorer for 16-bit files and found two more, deleted these.
It is working well at this time.

I set Microsoft op system 8, 32-bit (which I understand they have abandoned) to not allow updates and also to airplane mode. I added a printer that allowed me to use a cable and not Wi-Fi. I did a custom mode install and did not load any programs that needed wireless to run and update programs. This is on a laptop which I only use for my creative work.

Announcements is a great program for all my creative needs.

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Guest I also want a version of Announcements 6 that I can use with Win7. Anyone out, is there a solution to this dilemma? The best calendar there is.

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