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My Jobs

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This is my second PDA program that I have written. I was filling out a lot of applications when I was job searching. I thought "it would be nice to have all this informatino stored in my PDA so I wouldn't have to recall everything form memory." So I looked, didn't find anything, and decided to write it myself.

Even if I am the only one who ever uses this programI am extremely happy with the results and the convenience it has brought.

   

Most of My Jobs is easy to understand. Fromt eh splash screen choose enter to see the list of jobs you have information stored on. On the "List My Jobs" page you will find a list of jobs in chronological order with your most recent job last.

From this page, you can select a job form the list to retrieve or update information, add a new job, or leave the program when you are done.

   

The "Add a Job" pages are used to add or update informatino about jobs. Between the two pages you will find almost anything a prospective employer may ask on thier application for employment.

Once you have filled out the information on page one, select "continue" to go on to page 2, "reset" to clear all the fields and start over, or "quit" to go back to your list. CAUTION! - the "reset" button will clear all fields on pages 1 and 2.

   

Add a Job 2 of 2 contains the last fields, of applicaiton information.

Once you have filled out the information on page one, select "back" to go back to page 1, "finished" to save the information and return to the list, or "reset" to clear all the fields and start over. CAUTION! - the "reset" button will clear all fields on pages 1 and 2.

   
My Jobs is a free download, but if you try it and like it, please feel free to make a small donation to help support other programming projects to come!

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