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Guest_Bob Bencivenga_*
post Dec 10 2003, 10:38 PM
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Peter,
I have the registered copies of PMview Pro v3.01 for OS/2 and Windows. I was wondering how I can download the latest version v3.02? Do I have to purchase the new release or download the demo and use my registration with it. If I have to purchase a new version thats fine because, as I have said before I truly enjoy the product.
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Peter
post Dec 11 2003, 01:22 PM
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When you purchased PMView, you got an own personal download account at BMT Micro. Please dig out that e-mail with the registration info and download account info.

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Thorolf
post Dec 15 2003, 07:15 PM
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I'm trying to download the new GERMAN version 3.03 of PMView Pro at BMTMicro, but unfortunately I only get the answer "password expired" :-(

The Demo-version didn't gives you the possibility to enter the registration-info and even if I install it over my existing english 3.02 it still works as test-version!

So where do I get the current version of PMView Pro?

Thanks a lot,

Thorolf
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Peter
post Dec 15 2003, 09:10 PM
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Please e-mail sales@blueprintsoftwareworks.com and tell them that you would like a download password for the German version. (It is free of charge for all registered users of PMView Pro).

Remember to tell them what platforms you need (OS/2, Windows, or both).

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