Subject Re:
From David Ball <>
Date Fri, 6 Oct 2017 20:33:34 -0400
Newsgroups dbase.getting-started

Hi Charlie

I found the same readme.txt file in almost the same folder:
C:\Program Files (x86)\dBASE\Web\samples

Based on what I read, I searched my hard drive for Signup.prg and it turned

* I have my Documents folder right under the root of c:, yours would
probably be in:

They have decided to put some files in your user folders. Hopefully, they
will one day update the text to not say 'dB2K'.

David Ball

"Charlie"  wrote in message news:sN3gvlKPTHA.1780@ip-AC1E04A7...

Whoops that should read programfiles86.....

Charlie Wrote:

> Hi.. Working with the web portion of dbase 10.  I go to
> windows86/dbase/plus/web and find  a readme text file that tells me about
> and signup.prg which I am very interested in.  But they are
> nowhere to be found even though they are supposed to be in that directory
> with others.  Any ideas why they aren't in the directory??
> Thanks