Zip Code look-up or Finder


P

PanHandler

Looking for the above, unadorned & straight-forward. I'd like to just type
in a city and get the zip code.
TIA
 
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M

Mel

Looking for the above, unadorned & straight-forward. I'd like to just type
in a city and get the zip code.
TIA
Rapid*Address! not only provides city, state, ZIP Code or area code look
up for over 42,000 ZIP Code locations, it allows you to insert into any
application - be it word processor, database, spreadsheet, appointment
book or what have you - address information formatted the way that you
need. You simply enter the ZIP Code in a pop-up window and
Rapid*Address! will find the location and copy whatever address and/or
area code information you want to your current application.
Rapid*Address! can save you potentially thousands of key strokes as well
as increase your accuracy.

Don't know the ZIP Code? That's okay. You can also enter the first few
characters of the city or do a state->city look up and Rapid*Address!
will find the location.

Want to know where an area code is located? Rapid*Address! will tell
you!

Imagine, you enter '19017' in Rapid*Address!'s pop-up window. It
instantly finds the address information. You then press [Ctrl][V] and
Rapid*Address! enters 'Chester Heights, PA 19017' into your application.
In this example alone, Rapid*Address! has saved you 19 key strokes. Not
counting the use of the shift key, the above address line requires 26
key presses to enter. To use Rapid*Address!, you would press your chosen
"HotKey" to activate an address look up (that's one key stroke). Then
you would enter the ZIP Code. As you are entering the ZIP Code,
Rapid*Address! will find the city. Finding the city will require five or
fewer keystrokes. Once it is found, you press [Ctrl][V] (paste). You've
just filled in an address with 7 keystrokes for a 73% savings in effort.
If you desire, Rapid*Address! can also enter the area code for the
locale, saving you even more work.

The application, Rapid*Address! is FREE for NONCOMMERCIAL USE. (Please
see the help topic "Limits to program's use" for details.)

Individual users are free to use and distribute copies of Rapid*Address!
(NOT Rapid*Address! Plus) without charge. That is, the program
Rapid*Address! may be freely used if it is not being used during the
course of conducting business activity. There is a limit to this free
use license as noted below. It is our sincere hope that we can find a
reliable, free source for duplicate data that will remove the below
limitation which would allow for continuous free use of the program.

The data contained in the ZIP Code database file (the DBF/NSX files
listed above) is not owned by Pine Grove Software and is used under a
limited license granted to and paid for by Pine Grove Software. The
license to the ZIP Code database expires one year after installation on
a user's computer. An update to the database and a license for another
year's use is available from Pine Grove Software for a modest fee.

http://web.archive.org/web/20020813144013/http://www.pine-grove.com/files/radd1032.exe
 
J

Jeff

M

Mel

First there are more than 42,000 Zip Codes, its a fee to update the database
and the link is a direct link to an executable file which I wouldnt download
directly even going through a virus scan. I would like to see the website
for this app if possible.
LOL!
 
M

Mel

Looking for the above, unadorned & straight-forward. I'd like to just type
in a city and get the zip code.
TIA
Rapid*Address! not only provides city, state, ZIP Code or area code look
up for over 42,000 ZIP Code locations, it allows you to insert into any
application - be it word processor, database, spreadsheet, appointment
book or what have you - address information formatted the way that you
need. You simply enter the ZIP Code in a pop-up window and
Rapid*Address! will find the location and copy whatever address and/or
area code information you want to your current application.
Rapid*Address! can save you potentially thousands of key strokes as well
as increase your accuracy.

Don't know the ZIP Code? That's okay. You can also enter the first few
characters of the city or do a state->city look up and Rapid*Address!
will find the location.

Want to know where an area code is located? Rapid*Address! will tell
you!

Imagine, you enter '19017' in Rapid*Address!'s pop-up window. It
instantly finds the address information. You then press [Ctrl][V] and
Rapid*Address! enters 'Chester Heights, PA 19017' into your application.
In this example alone, Rapid*Address! has saved you 19 key strokes. Not
counting the use of the shift key, the above address line requires 26
key presses to enter. To use Rapid*Address!, you would press your chosen
"HotKey" to activate an address look up (that's one key stroke). Then
you would enter the ZIP Code. As you are entering the ZIP Code,
Rapid*Address! will find the city. Finding the city will require five or
fewer keystrokes. Once it is found, you press [Ctrl][V] (paste). You've
just filled in an address with 7 keystrokes for a 73% savings in effort.
If you desire, Rapid*Address! can also enter the area code for the
locale, saving you even more work.

The application, Rapid*Address! is FREE for NONCOMMERCIAL USE. (Please
see the help topic "Limits to program's use" for details.)

Individual users are free to use and distribute copies of Rapid*Address!
(NOT Rapid*Address! Plus) without charge. That is, the program
Rapid*Address! may be freely used if it is not being used during the
course of conducting business activity. There is a limit to this free
use license as noted below. It is our sincere hope that we can find a
reliable, free source for duplicate data that will remove the below
limitation which would allow for continuous free use of the program.

The data contained in the ZIP Code database file (the DBF/NSX files
listed above) is not owned by Pine Grove Software and is used under a
limited license granted to and paid for by Pine Grove Software. The
license to the ZIP Code database expires one year after installation on
a user's computer. An update to the database and a license for another
year's use is available from Pine Grove Software for a modest fee.

http://web.archive.org/web/20030202153430/pine-grove.com/rapid.htm

http://web.archive.org/web/20020813144013/http://www.pine-grove.com/files/radd1032.exe
 
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J

Jeff

Mel said:
Looking for the above, unadorned & straight-forward. I'd like to just type
in a city and get the zip code.
TIA
Rapid*Address! not only provides city, state, ZIP Code or area code look
up for over 42,000 ZIP Code locations, it allows you to insert into any
application - be it word processor, database, spreadsheet, appointment
book or what have you - address information formatted the way that you
need. You simply enter the ZIP Code in a pop-up window and
Rapid*Address! will find the location and copy whatever address and/or
area code information you want to your current application.
Rapid*Address! can save you potentially thousands of key strokes as well
as increase your accuracy.

Don't know the ZIP Code? That's okay. You can also enter the first few
characters of the city or do a state->city look up and Rapid*Address!
will find the location.

Want to know where an area code is located? Rapid*Address! will tell
you!

Imagine, you enter '19017' in Rapid*Address!'s pop-up window. It
instantly finds the address information. You then press [Ctrl][V] and
Rapid*Address! enters 'Chester Heights, PA 19017' into your application.
In this example alone, Rapid*Address! has saved you 19 key strokes. Not
counting the use of the shift key, the above address line requires 26
key presses to enter. To use Rapid*Address!, you would press your chosen
"HotKey" to activate an address look up (that's one key stroke). Then
you would enter the ZIP Code. As you are entering the ZIP Code,
Rapid*Address! will find the city. Finding the city will require five or
fewer keystrokes. Once it is found, you press [Ctrl][V] (paste). You've
just filled in an address with 7 keystrokes for a 73% savings in effort.
If you desire, Rapid*Address! can also enter the area code for the
locale, saving you even more work.

The application, Rapid*Address! is FREE for NONCOMMERCIAL USE. (Please
see the help topic "Limits to program's use" for details.)

Individual users are free to use and distribute copies of Rapid*Address!
(NOT Rapid*Address! Plus) without charge. That is, the program
Rapid*Address! may be freely used if it is not being used during the
course of conducting business activity. There is a limit to this free
use license as noted below. It is our sincere hope that we can find a
reliable, free source for duplicate data that will remove the below
limitation which would allow for continuous free use of the program.

The data contained in the ZIP Code database file (the DBF/NSX files
listed above) is not owned by Pine Grove Software and is used under a
limited license granted to and paid for by Pine Grove Software. The
license to the ZIP Code database expires one year after installation on
a user's computer. An update to the database and a license for another
year's use is available from Pine Grove Software for a modest fee.

http://web.archive.org/web/20030202153430/pine-grove.com/rapid.htm
http://web.archive.org/web/20020813144013/http://www.pine-grove.com/files/radd1032.exe


Thanks, unfortunatly I cant use it as it requires me to disable my POPUP
KILLER. It doesnt actually say so but its fairly obvious.
 
J

John Corliss

PanHandler said:
Looking for the above, unadorned & straight-forward. I'd like to just type
in a city and get the zip code.
There was a "PROmotionware" program called "Zip Query" by Dataflux which
is no longer available at their site. However, you can download it here:

http://www.winsite.com/bin/Info?500000007849

Granted the Zipcode database that it uses is old (1997) but it usually
is good enough for general purposes.
 
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J

John Corliss

John said:
There was a "PROmotionware" program called "Zip Query" by Dataflux which
is no longer available at their site. However, you can download it here:

http://www.winsite.com/bin/Info?500000007849

Granted the Zipcode database that it uses is old (1997) but it usually
is good enough for general purposes.
Actually, it's not "PROmotionware" (software which is a "lite" version
of a "PRO" version and which promotes the "PRO" version). It has a
button you can press that lists the company's $ware, so I guess you'd
call it bordering on adware. However, the button is fairly innocuous and
doesn't really get in the way of anything.

Sorry.
 

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