Hey folks I’m new here hope to get some good answers to my question.
Their was a software program based on qbasic or the old number line basic, I don't remember which one. The software kept track of checks written to people or businesses. The screen shot consisted of a rectangle d box with blank lines. This was supposed to represent a check. You had to fill in the details of the check and submit it to the program. It would keep a record of it on your computer.
I don't know this for sure but, I believe that this software was put out by Quicken.
On further note. I would like to point out that the box was drawn in text mode using ASCII characters 186,187, 188, 196,201, 203, 204, 205 and 238.
Hope you can help EYECANDYMAN083
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