Free dental software to first 1,000 dentists who respond

April 1, 1996
EON Systems announces the release of "The Appointment Wizard!" It is a complete stand-alone scheduling and patient-recall system developed specially for the dental community and is a 32-bit Windows 95™ and Windows NT™ application. It also will run under Windows 3.x™. This software is offered free to the first 1,000 dentists who respond. (There is a shipping and handling charge.) A 486 DX2 66 or faster is recommended.

EON Systems announces the release of "The Appointment Wizard!" It is a complete stand-alone scheduling and patient-recall system developed specially for the dental community and is a 32-bit Windows 95™ and Windows NT™ application. It also will run under Windows 3.x™. This software is offered free to the first 1,000 dentists who respond. (There is a shipping and handling charge.) A 486 DX2 66 or faster is recommended.

For additional information or to place an order for "The Appointment Wizard!, call 206-402-8578 or circle the number below on the reader service card located at the back of the magazine.

EON SYSTEMS, INC.

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