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    Can anyone tell me houe to delete customer files from DOS LoadCalc? I tried deleting .cus files but that only deletes the content, not the file from the list. I'm tired of scrolling through 3 years of files to get to last one I saved. I read all the help files. No help there. It's dos so I can't just right-click and delete them. I'm thinking of re-installing the software if I can't figure it out.

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    Time to upgrade.

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    look in the directory & try removing the file.You might have to recreate the file for it to work.
    Take your time & do it right!

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    I switched a long time ago, HVAC-Calc is the best calc program I have used.

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    Man get HVAC-CALC, so quick and easy it's scary.
    "The meek shall inherit the earth"
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