D-Tools, Inc. FreeTools PSL (Professional Symbol Library) 1

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    Application Info

    Publisher

    D-Tools, Inc.

    Application Name

    FreeTools PSL (Professional Symbol Library)

    Version

    1

    Category

    Other



    Application Capture Environment

    OS (Operating System environment for application)

    Windows Server 2003 SP 1

    Application Dependencies:
    (Example: Java, .NET, IE)

    Visio 2007 and 2013

    Install String

    http://downloads.d-tools.com/six/FreeToolsPSL/FreeToolsPSL.exe

    Custom Installation Instructions

    FreeTools PSL (Professional Symbol Library) is a free D-Tools application that provides Microsoft Visio users with multiple libraries of industry-specific plan view symbols and Visio drawing templates that make it easier to create system designs using universally accepted industry standards. Once implemented, users can utilize three different stencil libraries within FreeTools PSL based on industry standards including AVC (Audio-Video-Control), Security, and Custom. By utilizing these libraries and incorporating industry standard symbols into the system design and documentation process, electronic systems integrators using Visio will more clearly communicate with customers and project partners across trades. Moreover, they will also be able to universalize a project, which not only simplifies reading design documentation; it streamlines projects and increases efficiency and accuracy.

    Difficulty

    easy

    ThinApp Factory Recipe (See the attached file)



    Support Information

    HelpFile
    (URL to HelpFile)

    http://d-tools.com/freetoolspsl/

    ReadMe
    (URL to ReadMe)?

    http://www.d-toolsblog.com/d-tools-news/dtools-announces-nocost-freetools-psl-application-featuring-industryspecific-symbol-libraries-microsoft-visio/

    Demo of running ThinAppd application
    (URL to video or screens of running packaged application)?

    Submitter

    JoshC04

    Notes