|The individual databases are Zip compressed. You need an unzip utility (such as PKUNZIP or WinZip) to decompress the enclosed .imp and .fpt files. Decompress the file and copy the .imp and .fpt files to the "import" subdirectory (or any other convenient location). From within STAMPCATalog Plus, use the "import" utility to import a collection. Some collections are marked as "In-inventory" (or part of your collection) while others are marked as "Want List" (or not part of your collection).|
For more information on importing, see STAMPCATalog Plus Help (menu items|utilities|manage collections and windows information|import collection) or the STAMPCATalog User's Manual.If you make corrections or add to a database or have any of your own to contribute, please contact me so they can be posted here for all to enjoy. For all new or significantly updated entries you will get author credit. Please identify the exact changes/additions made to help simplify editing and re-posting. I will strip commercial numbers and any "personal information" prior to posting. If possible, it would be helpful to use the Stampcat catalog system stamp classes (as primary or secondary) or identify your own (non-commercial).