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Klibe asset management software uses Kambiz's PrintPreview c

Postby hmcorbould » February 1st, 2012, 10:44 pm

See Kambiz's PrintPreview components in action within the Reports function of the Klibe asset management software application (Windows XP, Vista and 7). Visit http://www.klibe.com for details, or go directly to http://www.klibe.com/forum/ to download the application. The Klibe software application is freeware.
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Re: Klibe asset management software uses Kambiz's PrintPrevi

Postby Kambiz » February 4th, 2012, 9:37 am

Thank you for the post!
Could you please provide a short description about the product, so that I can add a link to Klibe on PrintPreview's page?
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Re: Klibe asset management software uses Kambiz's PrintPrevi

Postby hmcorbould » February 8th, 2012, 7:23 am

Klibe is a Windows-based asset management software application (XP, Vista, Windows 7), written in Delphi, and which uses the platform-independent SQLite3 serverless database engine. Klibe can be used to make an inventory of any type of asset, is fully-customisable, can record purchases in any currency, can import and export data using in-built tools or alternatively standard SQL language commands, and is ideal for retrieving documents and/photos related to any of the assets. With special coding of entries, Klibe can also be used to create a catalogue of items. Optionally, using any one of three flag fields for each asset entry, and either further inbuilt tools or a basic knowledge of SQL, a user can adjust values for inflation or forex changes, and make other bulk changes. The application contains many pre-designed reports, which is why Kambiz's PrintPreview components are embedded within the Klibe application. Within the PrintPreview function, the dspdf add-in can be optionally installed to create PDF report files with a minimum of fuss. See www.klibe.com for more information (the Klibe application is free but forum registration using a valid email address is required to download the setup file).
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