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Six flaring petals, with two upper ones closely overlapping to
form an intricately painted upper lip.
Isaac has been running his business successfully for years. "I
pretty much know what my customers are going to be asking for next
month, so planning is second nature. But I like to use
The Compleat Botanica for learning more about the uses of plants
beyond flower arrangements." Isaac likes to keep an on-line photo
album of special arrangements he's made. He's a renaissance man
combining good business acumen, science, and aesthetics into a personal
way of life.
Q: Do I have to press the save button every time I change something?
No. Changes to your collection are made automatically whenever you
change to a new view and whenever you select a different item in the list.
If you've inadvertently made a change, you can revert back to the original
value by pressing the Undo button. See the full story.
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Q: How many pictures are contained in the program?
Only about 100 flower pictures are supplied with the sample
database. The Compleat Botanica provides for the
organization of plant pictures that are taken with today's
ever-present digital cameras, but the software is not an encyclopedia
of plant pictures.
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Q: How do I import data from other applications?
A: The Compleat Botanica can
read delimited files such as comma separated values (CSV) and
tab-delimited values (TXT). Delimited files are exported from most
common spreadsheet and database applications. See the files
and Specimen.txt for valid delimited
file samples. See the full story.
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