NEW MEXICO FORMS is a computer program that manages the data you use to fill in Oil Conservation Division and Bureau of Land Management forms. You enter data with your IBM compatible computer and print completed forms on your laser printer. The program then allows data to propagate from form to form eliminating the need to enter redundant information. Yet, New Mexico Forms is much more than just a form filler and data management program. It also assists you in selecting the appropriate forms to file. New Mexico Forms features make it an essential productivity tool.
ASSISTS IN COMPLIANCE
FORMS INCLUDED WITH PROGRAM
OIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT
C-101, C-102, C-103, C-104, C-105, C-106, C-107, C-107-A, C-107-B, C-108, C-109, C-115, C-116, C-117-A, C-117-B, C-120-A, C-124, C-125, C-129
C-133, C-135, C-140, C-141, C-144, C-144 CLEZ, SCB, CBB, B-1, B-1-X, CBA, B-B, Packer Leakage Test - Southeast New Mexico, Pit Inventory
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
3160-3, 3160-4, 3160-5, 3000-3, 3000-3A
Creates over20 forms using your laser printer.
Loads repetitious operator data.
Loads repetitious well data.
Forms are displayed on your computer monitor in a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) format.
"Project Managers" select correct forms, imports common data, and tracks completion status of forms filed for drilling and plugging projects.
An IBM compatible computer.
Intel Pentium or higher microprocessor.
A hard disk drive with 20 megabytes of free space.
Windows 95 or above.
A laser printer.