Rod Greene w7zrc@micron.net
Fri, 29 Mar 96 06:01 MST

That solution did not work for me.  Hope you have better results.
73, Rod

At 10:29 AM 3/28/96 PST, you wrote:
>The REGISTER.EXE is not a data file, but an executable
>program.  You run it, and it registers CT with whatever
>call you tell it to. However, I am not sure if it will
>overwrite an existing call in the program.
>Anyway, try it. The usage is to type REGISTER at the
>C:> prompt and it will ask you which call you want
>to register.
>73, J.P.
>J.P. Kleinhaus, AA2DU  ARRL CAC Hudson Div. Rep.  
>E-mail:  aa2du@netcom.com
>It's not a bug...It's a feature!
>Submissions:              ct-user@ve7tcp.ampr.org
>Administrative requests:  ct-user-REQUEST@ve7tcp.ampr.org
>WWW:                      http://www.ve7tcp.ampr.org/Software/ct
>Questions:                owner-ct-user@ve7tcp.ampr.org
---- Rod Greene Boise ID - DN13UN - w7zrc@micron.net ----

Submissions:              ct-user@ve7tcp.ampr.org
Administrative requests:  ct-user-REQUEST@ve7tcp.ampr.org
WWW:                      http://www.ve7tcp.ampr.org/Software/ct
Questions:                owner-ct-user@ve7tcp.ampr.org