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Extract It (Click here for FTP Download) Extract it is a DOS based data report extractor utility. It enables you to extract and export selected fields from an ASCII report file to a standard ASCII report file to a standard ASCII delimited file. This file can be imported to just about any database or spreadsheet application. Users are able to save the specification file and reuse or modify it for use in any other report files.
Everyone knows that the group that's by far the most important to Apple is composed of small utility developers. Several years back, Apple saw that the Mac market was stagnating because almost every conceivable utility had already been developed. Realizing drastic resuscitation measures were necessary, Apple moved quickly to replace the Mac OS with the NeXTstep-based Mac OS X, hoping to give Mac developers the opportunity to restore Mac OS 9 functionality to Mac OS X and further extend Mac OS X's limited interface, to draw Unix hackers into the Mac camp, and to provide a market for all seven NeXT utility developers.
Here are some utility tips, application settings and other tweaks that I find indispensable or that make my Mac OS X experience even more pleasant than it already is. Feedback, corrections and suggestions to the material on this page is welcome. This is of course all a matter of personal taste, so things that work for me might suck for you... Cool Utilities
Free Ruler is a free screen ruler for Mac OS X. Current Version: Free Ruler Version 1.7b5, released January 2, 2007. ©2003 by Pascal . Free Ruler is, uh, free. Features: • A horizontal and vertical ruler which can be used independently or simultaneously. • Measurement in pixels, inches, picas, or centimeters. • Automatic alignment of rulers. • The ability to group rulers and move them around as a unit. • Shadowless rulers with customizable transparency. • Interactive tick marks which follow the mouse location for more precise measurement. • Independent resizing of rulers, from 200 pixels to 5000 pixels in length. • Single key shortcuts for most ruler functions. • Conversion assistant to set ruler resolution based on screen size and resolution. • Unit converter utility for converting numbers between different units of measure. • Did I mention it's free?
Welcome to the OpenOffice Toolbox. This is your guide to getting started with free, open source office suite OpenOffice 2.0. Start your move away from Microsoft Office today. The two apps aren't as different as you would think. Get help on simple tasks like When you register, my team of editors will also send you resources covering Linux administration and management; integration and interoperability between Linux, Windows and Unix; securing Linux and mixed-platform environments; and migrating to Linux.