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XmAddressBook(1)	    General Commands Manual	      XmAddressBook(1)

NAME
       XmAddressBook  -	 XmAddressbook	is a X11/Motif based address book pro-
       gram.

SYNOPSIS
       xmaddressBook [options] [standard X options]

DESCRIPTION
       XmAddressbook is	a X11/Motif based address book program.	It allows  the
       user to enter addressbook type information. It saves its	data in	a text
       file. It	can output the addressbook in Postscript. It also has a	Curses
       interface for searching and viewing the address book.

OPTIONS
       -help or	-h
	       The options for the program

       -convert	or -c
	       Convert old rolo	.rolodex file to XmAddressbook format.

       -convert1.1 or -c1.1 SourceFilename Destination Filename
	       Convert XmAddressbook 1.0.X files to XmAddressbook 1.1 format.

       -user or	-u User's_Home_Directory
	       Another user's .xmaddressbook.dat file

       -version	or -v Get program version
	       information.

       -curses Use the Curses interface.

       XmAddressBook  accepts  all  of the standard X Toolkit command line op-
       tions.

X DEFAULTS
       This program accepts the	usual defaults for toolkit applications.

ENVIRONMENT
       It uses the PRINTER and/or LASER	 environment  variables	 to  determine
       what printer to use.

       DISPLAY to get the default host and display number.

       SEE ALSO

BUGS
       Only searches by	name, company, and remarks; not	by the other fields.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 1994,1995 Boyd	Fletcher and Old Dominion University

AUTHOR
       Boyd Fletcher
       boyd@ccpo.odu.edu
       Center For Coastal Physical Oceanography
       Old Dominion University

XmAddressBook			    2/1/95		      XmAddressBook(1)

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