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The PALL-II System: RAND's Automated Mailing Lists and Address Labels


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Describes the PALL-II computer software system (Prints Address Lists and Labels) that was written for the RAND Corporation to facilitate the distribution of RAND publications. The programs for the system are written in PL/I. PALL-II produces distribution lists for individual publications with appropriate mailing labels and receipt forms. It is used to create and maintain the many files on which the distribution lists are based. This report describes the current implementation of the system; however, it can be easily adapted to meet specific requirements of other organizations.

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