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Federal Identity Program Manual


1.0 Management Guide to Corporate Identity

FIP Manual,


The Federal Identity Program (FIP) policy makes each institution responsible for managing its corporate identity within the framework of the government-wide policy and standards. This guide is intended to shift FIP from a compliance/coordination function to one that is management and results oriented. This new approach not only reflects the transition generated by the Government Communications Policy, IMAA (Increased Ministerial Authority and Accountability) and Public Service 2000, but indicates also the growing importance of corporate identity management in institutions that undergo fundamental change in corporate culture.

Corporate identity encompasses much more than symbols and design, it is central to corporate communications and should be part of an institution's management function. This guide outlines the principles of corporate identity and relates them to a public sector institution. It is intended to clarify government policy on the management of corporate identity and to point out links with service to the public. Furthermore, the guide describes how federal institutions can express their own visual identity within the framework of the Federal Identity Program.

Applicable publications

This section of the FIP Manual should be used with the following policies:

Communications volume, Treasury Board Manual

  • Government Communications Policy
  • Federal Identity Program Policy

Corporate Identity

Concept and purpose

The concept of corporate identity and its management evolved over the last 50 years, and programs are now in place in most large organizations in the private as well as the public sector. Generally defined as a management technique for communicating an organization's unique characteristics in a memorable manner, corporate identity is based on the premise that key publics must perceive an organization clearly and accurately if management objectives are to be achieved.

It can be said that every organization, regardless of size, has a corporate identity, and it can be either formal or informal. The question is whether an organization manages its corporate identity in the most effective and purposeful manner possible.

The function of management is to ensure that all corporate communications reflect the organization and its goals in a consistent and positive manner, reinforcing each other. In the public sector this means corporate identity management based on public policy and service to the public, and consistent with an institutions strategic communications plans.

An identity program is not a "quick fix" to a problem of corporate communications, nor should it be seen as a cosmetic that can represent something the institution is not. In developing an identity one must examine the institution's past, its present situation and where it wants to be. It involves long-range planning and represents an integral part of corporate strategy. Designing a corporate identity is the most complex of graphic design activities and it is essential to obtain the support of senior management both for its creation and its maintenance.

The fundamental idea behind a corporate identity program is that everything the institution does, everything it owns, every service it provides, should project a clear idea of what the institution and its goals are. Managing identity is taking a comprehensive view of an institution's activities, how these are being identified and how the public perceives the institution.

How it is communicated

An institution's corporate identity is expressed in numerous ways, both explicitly and implicitly. When considering identity in a broad sense, the term corporate image is often used. It deals with the general impression of an institution held by various publics, interest groups, including employees, and it touches virtually all aspects of an institution's activities. Corporate image is constantly being communicated internally and externally and its sources can be classified as follows:

The titles used for the institution, its branches and divisions, as well as the words used to identify programs, services and offices; it includes the titles of personnel.
The hierarchy of an institution; the degree of relationship between the institution and organizational entities.
Graphic elements
The symbols, logotypes, corporate signatures, typestyles, formats and colours; all forms of visual communication.
Formal statements
Statements emanating from the institution and intended to clarify its mission, objectives or uniqueness for both internal and external publics.
Formal recognition
Awards, certificates and citations presented by the institution.
Continuous media
Stationery, calling cards, forms, signage, facilities (interior and exterior), vehicle identification.
Transient media
Published material, audio-visual productions, exhibits, advertising, public relations, special events, speeches and presentations.
The publics

Although corporate identity focuses on communications with the public, it applies equally to internal communications. An institution would appear confused if clients and employees were to receive different messages. This means that all information material for both external and internal use should clearly convey the institution's corporate identity. The design of this material expresses an institution's personality, its unique identity.

Corporate identity of the Government of Canada

For a public administration as diverse and decentralized as the Government of Canada, the FIP serves as a major unifying element. It promotes visual coherence and helps the public to recognize federal programs and to distinguish them from those of other levels of government. By establishing a visual link between the majority of federal institutions (see note below), the Program also gives public servants a sense of identity as employees of the Government of Canada.

The framework established by FIP policy is intended to maintain a coherent corporate identity of the government as a whole, while at the same time providing scope to individual institutions when expressing their identity.

The framework of FIP consists of:

  • three corporate symbols (Coat of Arms, flag, "Canada" wordmark);
  • use of the two official languages;
  • approved titles of institutions;
  • general rules on signatures, typography, colours;
  • design standards for key applications (stationery, signage and vehicle markings).

Fields of applications such as advertising, published material, forms, audio-visual productions, expositions, as well as personnel identification, are subject to the general rules on corporate identity but their design is at the discretion of each institution.

Note: Exceptions are institutions that have been specifically exempted from FIP policy or are excluded in view of their legal status.

The government's signature

The "Government of Canada" signature has a broad range of applications, including items intended for government-wide use, activities involving two or more institutions, and facilities occupied by several government institutions. The signature is also used to identify certain boards, councils and committees, and to convey government sponsorship of shared-cost programs (e.g. those involving a provincial or territorial government).

Service to the public

Identification, recognition and access are aspects of both corporate identity and service to the public. The clear and consistent identification of an institution helps the public to find and access programs and services. This means applying corporate signatures and organizational titles in a coherent manner and ensuring that the identification is functional and user oriented. Integral to the government's policy on corporate identity and service to the public is the principle of presenting the two official languages with equal prominence. Design standards help to ensure a uniform presentation of the two languages.

Making connections

When making an enquiry, citizens contact the government by telephone, mail, or in person and use different sources of information in the process. Such sources include telephone directory 'blue pages", government and private sector directories and indexes, departmental information services, public libraries, Reference Canada (the government's telephone referral service), constituency offices, as well as government publications, advertisements and forms.

The process of making an enquiry can be complex and frustrating because many people don't know which department or agency (or which level of government) is responsible for the program or service they are seeking. In view of the complexity of the federal administration, its dynamics and the multitude of sources of information, a systems approach assists the public when making enquiries. Such an approach entails the consistent use of corporate signatures, titles, keywords, abbreviations and addresses, and involves cross-referencing and indexing. An institution's corporate identity program can provide key elements when designing public enquiry mechanisms.

When developing sources of information or establishing enquiry mechanisms, institutions should ensure they are functional and meet the needs of the public rather than satisfy bureaucratic prerogatives. Government programs and services should be identified and described by using plain language, a functional design approach and a simple, consistent style.

Government signage

Signage is a concrete example of how service to the public can be enhanced through communications systems and design standards. The FIP signage system is designed to help people find a government facility and locate a particular service or office within. Comprised of primary identification signs, directory boards, directional and locational signs, the system is being applied in federal buildings, regional and district offices, employment and immigration centres, passport offices, customs and taxation offices, ports of entry, health services facilities, schools, museums, passenger terminals and national parks.

The FIP signage system promotes functional communications and the use of plain language. A comprehensive set of graphic symbols, based on national and international standards, forms part of the system. It includes symbols related to health, safety, public facilities and services, as well as the symbol that indicates services in both official languages.

In summary, the signage system provides a uniform visual link among federal institutions and assists the public in recognizing and using government programs and services.

Managing an institution's corporate identity

The management of corporate identity involves the initial phase of selecting a name and adopting a signature and the ongoing activity of implementation.

The need to manage corporate identity is now well recognized. Studies of both the private and public sector indicate that organizations known for innovative management share similar characteristics:

  • they create a clear link between corporate strategy, internal and external communications and the management of corporate identity;
  • they recognize visual identity and design as a management tool and use if in a planned and coherent manner
  • they demonstrate leadership and excellence in their services and products and communicate it clearly and consistently;
  • their corporate identity conveys a sense of purpose that is expressed to both employees and clients; and
  • they see their corporate identity as an important asset that must be prized and developed.

In summary, the purpose of managing corporate identity is to achieve clear and effective identification of all activities, consistent with strategic plans for communicating programs. An institution's identity should convey a sense of purpose, quality and integrity. It is a task that requires the full support of senior management and the active involvement of those concerned.


An institution's title is key to its identity. The words used help to define and position the institution. The selection of a title is one of the most important decisions and requires the approval of ministers (see FIP policy).

A title that can be communicated effectively and be remembered readily represents a distinct advantage in communications with the public. Choosing a title also means positioning the organization in relation to others. Ideally, a name should be distinctive and not share similarities. For example, when an estimated 5,000 organizations have titles beginning with the word "Canadian", it is evident that recognition can be difficult.

Applied titles

FIP policy requires institutions to adopt an approved title for use in their signature. Referred to as "applied titles", these names have a dual purpose: to express the function or nature of the institution to the public and to identify it as an institution of the Government of Canada. The requirement for applied titles stems from the development of FIP policy in the mid-seventies when existing legal titles were often long and sometimes convoluted. There was no intent, however, to perpetuate the need for both legal and applied titles when naming new federal institutions. This means that legislation establishing the institution should refer to a title that meets the criteria of FIP policy. Similarly, certain departments have made reference to their applied title while amending their Act, thus eliminating the need to distinguish between legal and applied titles.

Based on the criteria set out in the policy, these are examples of applied titles:

  • Forestry Canada
  • Agriculture Canada
  • Communications Canada
  • Department of Finance Canada
  • Energy, Mines and Resources Canada
  • lndustry, Science and Technology Canada
  • Medical Research Council of Canada
  • National Archives of Canada
  • Public Works Canada
  • Statistics Canada
  • Tourism Canada

The applied titles, legal titles and abbreviations of government organizations are listed in "Titles of federal organizations", issued by the Treasury Board Secretariat as Appendix C of the FIP policy. Here is an example:

Health and Welfare Canada (HWC) Department of National Health and Welfare

Titles of programs and services Referred to as ''service titles'', these are names that identify an organizational unit, program or service and that appear in conjunction with the title of the parent organization. Their creation is at the discretion of each institution. The English and French titles should be developed in parallel and certain principles should be observed when determining the wording. A title should:

  • be as brief as possible to promote effective communication;
  • begin with a key word and avoid the repetition of words or concepts used in the title of the parent organization;
  • respect the linguistic usage in both official languages; and
  • not contain an abbreviation or ampersand (&).

Naming a program or service should be done in context with the institution's title. When words (or concepts) such as Canadian, Canada, Government, Federal or National are conveyed by the institution's title, it would be redundant to repeat them in the service title. To achieve brevity, the omission of terms that reflect an organization's structure may be considered (e.g. Administration, Office, Branch or Division). These terms describe an organization's hierarchy but may be of little significance to the public that relies on key words to locate and gain access to services. The example indicates how a title may be modified for purposes of the signature:

Environment Canada
Canadian Parks Service


Symptomatic of a bureaucracy, abbreviations are part of its nomenclature. Critics refer to them as alphabet soup because few abbreviations are distinct identifiers or have the potential of becoming widely known. Nevertheless, it would be unrealistic to dismiss them from government communications because they provide a convenient "shorthand". To ensure an abbreviation is understood, it should always appear in the context of the full title.

Corporate signatures

An organization's structure is expressed through its corporate signatures. In that sense, the "Government of Canada" signature is the universal identifier, whereas ministers, senior officials, departments, branches, agencies, boards, commissions and programs are identified by distinct signatures. The example indicates the relationship between organisational structure and corporate signatures.


Signatures are developed for new institutions or programs, or an existing signature may be modified to meet changing requirements. Institutions may have several variants of their signature, a feature common among departments that are decentralized or that manage a variety of programs and services. The creation of a signature should be based on a clear understanding of the institution's corporate structure, its goals and, of course, the communications objectives. Government programs can be identified by different means, e.g. by a signature that identifies the program together with the parent institution and conveys organizational structure, or by a signature that identifies the program as a separate entity without reference to the parent institution. The different means provide flexibility when linking corporate identity with an organization's communications strategy.

A signature must be functional. The key is to determine a title that best reflects management objectives, is meaningful to the public and communicates the information clearly.

Content and form

The creation of a signature involves words and typography. It is a process that is verbal and visual and consists of arranging, organizing and designing. The goal is to express a signature in typographic terms; to strengthen the significant, or to make the important stand out against the less important. Generally, there are different options to present a signature and these should be compared when choosing the final design.

Short versions

To meet special requirements, some institutions may need to adopt a short version of their applied title. Short versions are effective when viewing conditions or space restrictions call for a concise signature. For example, the Canadian Coast Guard uses the brief title Coast Guard when identifying its fleet; and Employment and Immigration Canada uses the title Immigration Canada when identifying activities related to immigration only. Institutions that create a short version of their title should register it in the FIP policy.

Dynamics of corporate identity

Public recognition of an institution is achieved and reinforced through the consistent application of its corporate signature. While continuity and uniformity are important factors of corporate identity, it is also clear that corporate identity and visual communications are dynamic and therefore subject to changes in corporate culture and strategy.

Managing corporate identity means flexibility to respond to new strategies while at the same time preserving the institution's permanent values. Any modification should be carefully analyzed and planned.

Quality and integrity

Managing corporate identity also means being responsible for its quality and integrity. The full recognition value of a corporate identity depends on good quality reproduction which should be monitored in all applications (e.g. forms, published material, motor vehicles, signs and directory boards).

The integrity of an institution's corporate identity can be undermined if the use of other symbols is not controlled. FIP policy restricts the use of other symbols, including those intended for government wide use.

Visual Identity

An institution's visual identity is expressed in many ways and is much broader than corporate identity. The purpose of managing an institution's visual identity is to ensure that corporate goals are visualized and communicated effectively. It is based on the premise that decisions on the design of corporate communications should not be made in isolation. In that sense corporate identity and visual identity have similar objectives.

The corporate "look"

Institutions can make their visual communications more effective and coherent by establishing a corporate "look". This means developing a visual identity for those applications not subject to FIP design standards. The need to take such an approach varies from organization to organization and is at the discretion of each institution. A project that defines an institution's visual identity will require the support and approval of senior management and should come under the responsibility of the corporate identity manager.

The benefit of using a systems approach to make visual communications more coherent has been recognized by federal institutions with major publishing programs or significant investments in facilities or equipment. Some institutions developed simple guidelines while others are using comprehensive manuals; among these are: Canadian Coast Guard; Canadian International Development Agency; Emergency Preparedness Canada; National Archives of Canada; National Research Council Canada; Statistics Canada; Supply and Services Canada; and Transport Canada.


Generally, graphic standards establish corporate colours, typefaces, layouts or formats and most often apply to the design of published material. Outlined below is a suggested best practices approach.

Key to developing graphic standards is the design brief that defines the project. It requires research into past practices of designing and producing published material, defining the objectives and writing the actual brief. The design brief should establish a firm understanding of the project, its scope, objectives and restraints. It should provide management with a document that can be used throughout the development phase and against which design proposals can be compared.

A brief that defines the design and presentation of published material should address the following aspects: nature of the information or subject matter; program objectives; communications strategy and corporate identity; user publics; official languages; budget; production; marketing; distribution; and sales. In addition, the design brief should state any objectives related to government-wide priorities (e.g. environmental protection).

Once the most effective design solution has been determined and approved by the institution, all design requirements should be translated into a set of guidelines or standards. Intended for the various specialists involved (e.g. editors, planners, designers, typesetters, printers) the guidelines become a practical tool in the design and production process.

Ideally, graphic standards should create a framework or structure without limiting the creative process. Because visual communications and design are dynamic, a proper balance should be struck between firm rules and guidelines that allow flexibility and encourage innovation.

Advice and assistance

Each institution has named an official (referred to as FIP Coordinator) to manage its corporate identity. All enquiries regarding the guidelines should be routed through the FIP Coordinator of the institution.

The Administrative Policy Branch of Treasury Board Secretariat provides policy interpretation and advice on all aspects of corporate identity management and information design. Such advice includes the development of a visual identity within the framework of FIP but tailored to meet an institution's communications objectives.


For easy reference, certain terms established for FIP purposes are included here.

the act of applying FIP design standards or general rules to an object (e.g. a sign, a vehicle).
Applied title:
the approved name used in the signature to identify an institution, program or activity. See also legal title, service title.
"Canada" wordmark:
the global identifier of the government; it consists of the word "Canada" with the Canadian flag over the final "a".
Design standard:
the approved rules on the use of design elements outlined in the FIP policy. They prescribe elements such as shape, size, layout, colour, typography and use of symbols.
Field of application:
the gamut of items that bear the identifying elements of FIP, e.g. stationery, vehicles, signs.
Legal title:
the name that appears in the enabling legislation (act), proclamation, Order in Council, or other instrument used to create a branch of government. (See also applied title.)
Service title:
the name that identifies an organizational unit, program, service or activity, and for purposes of a signature appears with the applied title of the parent institution. (See also applied title, legal title.)
the combination of a symbol and a title. (Also referred to as the corporate signature.)


Included here are selected titles on the management of corporate identity and design. Additional references, including corporate identity manuals of other government organizations, may be consulted in the reference library of the Federal Identity Program at the Treasury Board Secretariat.

  • Bernsen, Jens (ed.), Design Management in Practice, European/EEC Design Editions, Danish Design Council, Copenhagen, 1987.
  • Blackburn, Bruce, Design Standards Manuals, National Endowment for the Arts, US. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC., 1977, (44 pp.).
  • Blake J., A management guide to corporate identity, Council if Industrial Design, London, 1971.
  • Editions du Centre Georges Pompidou, Images d'utilité publique, Paris, 1988, (151 pp.).
  • Gerstner, Kari, Compendium for Literates, MIT Press, Boston, 1974, (180 pp.).
  • Gorb, Peter (ed.) Design Talks, London Business School, The Design Council, London, 1988, (311 pp.).
  • Gorb, Peter (ed.), Living by design, The partners of Pentagram, Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd., London, 1978, (300 pp.).
  • Heude, Rémi-Pierre, L'image de marque, Éditions Eyrolles, Paris, 1989, (186 pp.).
  • Hurlburt, Allen, The design concept, Watson-Guptill Publications, New York, 1981, (157 pp.).
  • Leblond, Jean-Claude, Gouvernement du Québec - une nouvelle image de marque, Antennes, numéro 13-14, 1979, pp. 44-49.
  • Mollerup, Per, The Corporate Design Programme, European/EEC Design Editions, Danish Design Council, Copenhagen, 1987, (117 pp.).
  • Murphy, J. and Rowe, M., How to Design Trademarks and Logos, North Light Books, Cincinatti, Ohio, 1988, (144 pp.).
  • Nakanishi, Motoo, Corporate Design Systems, PPC International, Inc., New York, 1985, (125 pp.).
  • Olins, Wally, The Corporate Personality, An inquiry into the nature of corporate identity, Mayflower Books Inc., New York, 1978, (215 pp.).
  • Olivetti, Design Process, Olivetti 1908-1978, Ing. C. Olivetti & Ca., Italy, 1979, (278 pp.).
  • Selame, Elinor, The Company Image: building your identity and influence in the marketplace, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1988, (230 pp.).
  • Simpson, Maria (ed.), Corporate Identity: Name, Image and Perception, Conference Board Report No. 898, The Conference Board, Inc., New York, 1987, (46 pp.).
  • Schmittel, Wolfgang, Corporate design, ABC Edition, Zurich, 1984, (168 pp.).
  • Wurman, Richard S., Information Anxiety, Doubleday, New York, 1989, (356 pp.).

Appendix A

Federal Identity Program

As with corporate identity programs generally, the Federal ldentity Program (FIP) is based on the use of corporate symbols applied in conjunction with organizational titles. The corporate signatures serve to identify institutions as part of the Government of Canada rather than as separate, independent entities. The origins of the government's corporate identity can be traced to the following events.

1921 The Canadian Coat of Arms was adopted by royal proclamation and introduced on government stationery. The colours red and white were declared to be Canada's official colours.

1965 The Canadian flag was adopted by royal proclamation. The maple leaf was confirmed as an official national symbol.

1969 The Official Languages Act was proclaimed, establishing the principle of equality of English and French.

1969 The Task Force on Government Information reported that the government was failing to make its presence known and that important federal programs were being carried out without the public being aware of their sponsorship.

In its report "To know and be known', the Task Force observed that organizations did not project a uniform, clearly identifiable image as functional parts of the same government. Many organizational titles failed to distinguish clearly public from private, or federal from provincial. Furthermore, through the use of different and uncoordinated symbols - many of very poor design - each organization identified itself as a separate entity.

1970 The creation of the Federal ldentity Program was announced in the House of Commons. Standardization and clear identification of federal activities were cited as main objectives. Information Canada, a new agency, was made responsible to develop and implement the program.

1974 Treasury Board approved the first policy guidelines that included the use of the two official languages and a management system for the development and implementation of the program.

1976 Following the demise of Information Canada, the Treasury Board Secretariat was given responsibility for FIP.

1978 Treasury Board issued a comprehensive policy and design standards.

During the 80s, FIP underwent several reviews that resulted in changes to the use of symbols. In 1980 the "Canada" wordmark was established as the global identifier of the government. In 1987 the federal emblem (bar and maple leaf) was replaced by the Canadian flag. This means that the Coat of Arms, the flag, and the "Canada" wordmark are now the corporate symbols of the government.


The program's policy objectives are:

  • to enable the public to recognize clearly federal activities by means of consistent identification;
  • to improve service to the public by facilitating access to programs and services;
  • to project equality of status of the two official languages, consistent with the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1982) and the Official Languages Act (1988);
  • to ensure effective management of the federal identity consistent with government-wide priorities, and to achieve savings through standardization;
  • to promote good management practices in the field of corporate identity and information design.


Although not prepared for that purpose, the rationale for FIP was well expressed in the 1981 report of the Parliamentary Task Force on Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements. The following statement could apply to all aspects of federal identity:

"...spending without federal presence is not just frustration for the politician, it is also a denial of the citizen's right to see the government's work and to judge it. When the federal role is not evident, it cannot be assessed. Visibility involves a search for the chance to take the credit, but at the same time, a willingness to shoulder the blame. As politicians, therefore, we reject the simplistic view that a concern for visibility is no more than public relations for its own sake. Answerability of federal MPs to the public is the other side of the coin from accountability of ministers to Parliament, and a government that is not visible cannot be answerable".

In summary, federal programs, services and contributions should be recognizable to the public in order for the government to be accountable. From a practical point of view, FIP represents an important aspect of service to the public. The program's guidelines are based on the use of plain, non-bureaucratic language, functional graphic design and a systems approach in identifying government services.


The Federal Identity Program is considered to be one of the largest corporate identity programs undertaken by a national government. An estimated 18,000 facilities, 16,000 government vehicles, and a multitude of forms, stationery items, published material and advertisements are identified in accordance with FIP guidelines. The program is being applied by over 100 federal institutions in all regions of Canada as well as abroad.

A global viewpoint

An aspect worth noting is the relationship between the visual identity of the government and that of the century. The report to the 1969 Task Force on Government Information first referred to this aspect. The report said:

'A great deal of the responsibility for the image of a country rests with government. There are scores of ways in which government is instantly recognized. They range from the flag and the appearance of government buildings the stationery and letterheads, advertisements, insignia on government vehicles and so on. Abroad, the distinction between government and Canada merges into a single image". The report called it "l'image Canada".

In 1988 this concept was addressed at an international design exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Under the theme "Images d'utilité publique", the exhibition examined how the state and public authorities and organizations communicate with people and how information design directly affects the functioning and quality of society. The Federal ldentity Program was among the case studies from different countries that demonstrated national, civic and cultural visual identities. Internationally, the Program is well recognized among corporate identity and design consultants.

1.1 Design: Symbols, typography signatures, colour

FIP Manual,


The symbols and signatures of the government should be presented in a consistent and uniform manner. These guidelines and design standards describe the use of symbols, typefaces, signatures and colours, and are intended to assist all those involved in designing or applying signatures.

This edition of “Design”, which supersedes the version, includes new guidelines for signatures that identify a program or service (compound signatures), as well as information on electronic formats to reproduce symbols and signatures.

Applicable publications

This guide should be used with the following policies and guidelines:

Communications Volume, Treasury Board Manual

  • Chapter 1, Government Communications
  • Chapter 2, Federal Identity Program, and its Appendices
    1. Official languages
    2. Application schedules
    3. Titles of federal organizations

Federal Identity Program Manual

  • 1.0 Management guide to corporate identity

These guidelines and design standards describe the use of the government’s corporate symbols, standard type­faces, signatures and colours. They apply to federal institutions using either the Coat of Arms or the flag in their signature.


Each institution has named an official (usually referred to as FIP Coordinator) to manage its corporate identity. All enquiries should be routed through the official des­ignated by the institution.

Enquiries about the guidelines and design standards should be directed to:

Federal Identity Program
Administrative Policy Branch
Treasury Board Secretariat

Corporate symbols

The Coat of Arms, the flag and the “Canada” wordmark are the corporate symbols of the government (Fig. 1). Their consistent application helps to project the Government of Canada as a coherent, unified administration.

Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms is used to identify ministers and their offices, parliamentary secretaries, institutions whose heads report directly to Parliament, as well as institutions with quasi-judicial functions. When applied in the context of the Federal Identity Program (FIP), the Coat of Arms is always used with a bilingual title.

Flag symbol

The flag symbol is used to identify all departments, agencies, corporations, commissions, boards, councils, and other federal bodies and activities, unless they are authorized to be identified by the Coat of Arms. When applied in the context of FIP, the sym­bol is always used with a bilingual title.

For purposes of the FIP slight modifications were made to the flag, particularly to the stem of the maple leaf.

“Canada” wordmark

Referred to as the global corporate symbol of the government, the wordmark is used always in association with the appropriate sig­nature.

The wordmark has an established relationship between the elements which may not be altered in any way. Its letter forms originated from the typeface Baskerville but were modified for purposes of the wordmark. This means that the design of the wordmark is unique and an appropriate master is required for reproduction.

Use of other symbols

In cases where another symbol is used in conjunction with the corporate symbols of FIP, care should be taken to ensure a clear, uncluttered display of the federal identity. The FIP policy does not permit the use of other symbols on standard applications (stationery, signage and vehicle markings).

Signatures, general

A signature is the combination of a symbol and a title. The symbol is either the Coat of Arms or the flag (as appropriate) and the title, in both official languages, identifies an institution, program or individual (Fig. 2).

To achieve uniformity of all signatures, the size and spatial relationships between symbol and typography are specified.


The approved titles of institutions are listed in “Titles of federal organizations” (see Appendix C of the FIP policy).

For titles occupying more than one line, the words should be arranged in logical groupings or reading phrases, and an attempt should be made to achieve visual balance between the two language columns. A typographic layout is often a compromise between concerns for logical line breaks and the need for a pleasing presentation. Generally, an institution adopts one signature layout and uses it consistently. Nevertheless, different layouts may be used to meet special needs (e.g. a one-line as opposed to a two-line signature, or a variation in the way the lines are broken).

Standard typefaces

A consistent typography is fundamental to corporate identity, and three faces from the Helvetica type family have been adopted for purposes of the FIP. They were chosen for their versatility, excellent legibility and contemporary design.

The three typefaces (Fig. 3) are designated Helvetica light, regular and medium throughout this manual. When specifying a typeface, it should be noted that these are not standard designations. For instance, the three faces are also referred to as Helvetica 45, 55 and 65 respectively. Since the designations used by industry vary, the type specimens shown here should be examined for comparison with specimens shown in the catalogues of suppliers.

The use of the standard typefaces is mandatory for all signatures. Helvetica is also specified for words accompanying the signature in applications that are subject to design standards, e.g. stationery, signage and vehicle markings.

Although slight variations from the illustrated specimens are acceptable for individual items, care should be taken to avoid the mixing of composition from different sources on any one item. Variations in the letter forms are noticeable when typesetting from different suppliers or a variety of composition equipment is combined.

Signage typeface

This typeface was developed for purposes of the government’s signage system as well as vehicle markings. Details on the design of the signage typeface and its spacing system are provided in section 4.5 of this manual.

General rules

The rules for presenting a signature are:

  • Use of upper and lowercase characters;
  • Use of accents with uppercase as well as with lowercase letters in the French text;
  • Use of appropriate line breaks when a signature is to be typeset in more than one line (i.e. an effort should be made to break the lines into reading phrases avoiding articles or prepositions at the end of a line and to achieve a visual balance between the two language columns);
  • Ampersands (&) may not be used in a signature.

The basic specifications for signatures are: upper and lowercase, solid, normal spacing between letters, with selective kerning applied to awkward combinations of letters.

To compensate for different viewing conditions, variations from normal spacing between letters may be required when signatures are set in large type sizes (display type) or are intended for audio-visuals, posters or outdoor advertising. Selective kerning should be used in all cases to improve letter-fit and to enhance visual appearance (Fig. 4).

Quality of typesetting

The quality level for the typesetting of signatures is specified as “Prestige”, which is defined in the Supply and Services Canada publication Typesetting Quality Levels (latest issue, 1987).

Signature incorporating the Coat of Arms

Government institutions that use the Coat of Arms in their signature have discretion to choose between two presentations, the symmetrical or the asymmetrical layout. For functional reasons, the asymmetrical layout is recommended for applications such as signage and vehicle markings.

The layout specifications for signatures used on ministerial stationery are described in section 2.1 of this manual.

Layout in typographic measures

For both the symmetrical and the asymmetrical layout the relationship between the size of the type and the size of the Coat of Arms is as follows: 6 and 7 point type with a 12 mm Coat of Arms; 8 and 9 point type with a 14 mm symbol; 10 and 11 point type with an 18 mm symbol. The sizes of the Coat of Arms are based on its height, measured in millimetres (Fig. 5).

Symmetrical layout

The bilingual title appears on either side of the Coat of Arms. Depending on its length, a title may be laid out in one, two, or three lines. The lowest line of the type is horizontally aligned with the tip of the shield in the Coat of Arms. The left-hand column is set flush right, while the opposite column is presented flush left. The two columns are separated by a space of 7 ems of the type size being used. The Coat of Arms is centred in that space (Fig. 6).

Asymmetrical layout

The bilingual title appears to the right of the Coat of Arms. Depending on the length of the title and the horizontal space available, a title may be laid out in one, two or three lines. The lowest line of the type is horizontally aligned with the tip of the shield in the Coat of Arms. Both columns are set flush left. The space between the Coat of Arms and the left-hand column, and the space between the language columns is 1.5 em of the type size being used (Fig. 6).

Layout in “x”

The asymmetrical layout is used for the signature. Titles may be laid out in one, two or three lines. All measurements are based on the x-height of the character size being used. The size relationship between the Coat of Arms and the type should be based on the number of lines being used. The object is to establish a good visual balance between symbol and typography. This principle is reflected by the examples shown (Fig. 7), where the two-line signature has a ratio of 1:6 and the three-line signature a ratio of 1:8. For example, the design of a two-line signature using a ratio of 1:6 and an x-height of 10 mm would require a Coat of Arms measuring 60 mm.

As a general rule, signatures require a space of 4x between the Coat of Arms and the left-hand column, and between the two language columns. The minimum space is 3x.

Signature incorporating the flag

Described here is the basic layout for signatures incorporating the flag. The bilingual title appears to the right of the flag symbol. Two-line signatures are most common; for lengthy titles, a three-line signature is used (Fig. 8).

Design standards apply to the size and spatial relationships between symbol and typography. Signatures for printed applications are specified using typographic measurements (point and em). Signatures for signs or vehicle markings are specified in millimetres with respect to character size; the layout measurements are expressed in number of “x”.

Layout in typographic measures

The size relationships between symbol and typography and the standard spaces are as follows.

Two-line and three-line signatures: The ratio between the type size and the height of the flag symbol is 1:1.7. For example, a signature set in 12 point type requires a symbol which is 20 points in height (Fig. 9). Table 1 shows the type size with the corresponding height of the symbol. The measurements are in points.

One-line signature: The ratio between the type size and the height of the flag symbol is 1:1.5. For example, a signature set in 12 point type requires a symbol which is 18 points in height (Fig. 10). Table 2 shows the type size with the corresponding height of the symbol. The measurements are in points.

Horizontal alignment: The base of the symbol and the base line of the type are aligned horizontally as indicated in Figures 9 and 10.

Standard spaces: As a general rule, the space between the symbol and the left-hand column, as well as between the language columns is 1.5 em of the type size being used (Fig. 11).

Layout in “x”

The size relationships between symbol and typography and the standard spaces are as follows.

Two-line and three-line signatures: The ratio between the character size and the height of the flag symbol is 1:3.4. For example, a signature using a character size of 20 mm requires a symbol which is 68 mm (or 3.4x) in height (Fig. 12). Table 3 shows the character size with the corresponding height of the symbol. The measurements are in millimetres.

One-line signature: The ratio between the character size and the height of the flag symbol is 1:3. For example, a signature using a character size of 25 mm requires a symbol which is 75 mm (or 3x) in height (Fig. 13). Table 4 shows the character size with the corresponding height of the symbol. The measurements are in millimetres.

Horizontal alignment: The base of the symbol and the base line of the type are aligned horizontally as indicated in Figures 12 and 13.

Standard spaces: As a general rule, a space of 4x between the symbol and the left-hand column as well as between the language columns is used. The minimum space is 3x (Fig. 14).

Flag symbol (modified)

Users of large signatures should note that a modified version of the symbol was developed to compensate for irradiation, an optical effect whereby white elements appear to spread into surrounding dark areas. The modified version is used for all large signatures that appear in white on a dark background, e.g. signs. (See “Enquiries”.)

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CA Simply accounting v4.0b for Win    ==> 1020602-212703
Calendar v3.0 enterprises             ==> #/61001234 key/191715
Calera wordscan v3.0                  ==> BB3921343
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Caligari true space v1.1 for Windows  ==> 3 10 001 026188
Cantax for '95 v1.0 for Windows       ==> 134-950128-0374079
Canvas for Windows                    ==> 5035430458
Canvas v3.52 for Windows              ==> 485110842
Cardshop plus for Windows             ==> 0729
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CICS v2.01 for OS/2 multi user        ==> UN74786
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Corel Gallery v2.0 for Windows        ==> CG2-020-123456
Corel Photopaint v5.0+ for Windows    ==> PP5-2522-97100
Corel Ventura 5 for Windows           ==> CD5-123-456789
Coreldraw v4.0 NL for Windows         ==> CD4-114-654-454 or CD4-234-345-567
Coreldraw v5.0 for Windows            ==> CD5-123-456789
Coreldraw v5.0 rev. E2 for Windows    ==> CD5-050-118034
Corelflow v2.0 for Windows            ==> CF2-123-456789 or SW-Q023-CF-E or SAT5077300794
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CanTax for 1995 v1.0 for Windows : s/n: 134-950128-0374079
Canvas 3.5 Code: 5035430458
Canvas 3.5.2 (mac) : 3001700735
Canvas 5.0b2 : 1565464
Canvas 5.03 S/N : W141-076253975-801
Canvas for Windows : 5035430458
Canvas 5.0 MAC/Windows SN: M141-86935740
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CANYON SOFTWARE (all versions) Regfile
Caos Graph 2.0 Name : Cosmo Cramer Company : Vandelay Industry Serial : 23190-182236
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Capture Prof. v1.1 : s/n: Y6792ih6t##F name: >>> BILL HATES <<< comp/ United Cracking Force
Capture Professional v3 n: Cobra 1998  #: me   s: C6-NAI-KIX-VGT
CAPTURE PROFESSIONAL 4.02a Name: CoKeBoTtLe98 Company: Alpha/Omega Serial: D98X 3UGUJ K2 53PKS
Carbon Copy (Mac) : 100003660 or 100003661
CarBon Copy v6.0 Host for Windows : s/n: 805335
Cardon Copy 32 Win95/NT Sn:W30277077
CardBase v2.6 Name: SiLicon Surfer [PC] Code: 3609402043
CardGames I v2.7 for OS/2 : name: DoH RuLeZ! s/n: RG42277
CardShop Plus for Windows : s/n: 0729
Car Expenses Book v4.5 Name: SiG SN#: 987654902-967
Car Mileage Book v4.5 Name: SiG SN#: 987654902-967
CaseLinr v5.8 (32-bit) Name: Reveals Serial Numbers s/n: c4UUTCf6Td
CaSeLinr 5.6: name: CiB s/n: r8aq6GcQLn
CaseLinr v5.9.2 User Name: Sonixx [AnThraX] User Key : b6MP5W5x9o
Casif/Win 1.9a REGNO=6890164667 REG_USER=LIDU ##
California Beach Girls Screen Saver 2.08 (12 Pictures Version)s/n: x2985-5245/02-42/305
Casino Madness 98 v1.5 Name : Chephren Cu98 Password: Goober Code : 13169-44669248-CM14
CastleVania Saved Game Editor V1.0 Crack
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CatDisk +v9.00 : name: Maroon s/n: G445000QIR
CatDisk v7.?? : (Put the next line in your autoexec.bat) SET CATDISK=XYZZY
Catdisk v7.xx : (put the next line in your AUTOEXEC.BAT) SET CATDISK=XYZZY
Catdisk v8.x : name: Maroon brand code: G445000QIR
CatDisk v9.00 : name: Maroon s/n: G445000QIR
CatFinder 1.5.5 : un: shadow fax s/n: 109176985 or 235642596 or 235983691 or 258605775 or 453029002 or 687233582 .
Catz, Your Computer Pet : s/n: 1287-6097-3288
CATZ 1:- 5505-4877-1793
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Catz: Your Computer Pet s/n: 5501-8984-3486
Catz II Virtual Petz Code: 3115-6978-7745
Catz II (S/N: 3119-2078-8789)
Catz II The Windows Screensaver s/n: 3122-8598-8827
CC Mail DOS 2.01 : 19344 030400
CC Mail v1.11 for Windows : 19342 030390
CC Mail v4.0/DOS : 19340 030380
CCGREP V96.7.25 : First name: tHATDUDE Last name : PC'96 Company: Cracker Reg Number: CYBERGREP
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CD-Booklets 2.01 fn: Cobra 1998  all other " "  reg: MOPs9804022212112201 lic: 00000000  key: 27273
CD Chicago 2.11 n: Cobra 1998  s: 2852116413-CDChicago-8312557330
CD Copy 1.0 : C.012169
CDcover 2.01 Vorname : R Nachname: B Code: Mops9501012200000000
CD Cover 2.01 Vorname : Ali Name : Bank Code : MOPs9501012200200000
CD-Cover 1.01 fn: Cobra  ln: 1997  reg: MOPs9501012102202000
CD-Cover 2.01 fn: Cobra 1998  all other " "  reg: MOPs9801021101001120  lic: 00000000 key: 11814
CDDA for Windows s/n: D16C37D17575F13737370012657
CDDA Extractor 2.10 s/n: 4466E621FAFD2A38
Easy CD-DA Extractor v3.0.0 (R2) (build 792) User name : AlienSoft
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CDEdit 1.0 n: Cobra 1998  s: 7359727395
CDH Image Ecplorer PRO 2.0 Name: SiraX Company: DNG Code: 6A2EACCB6455F62
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CD Namer 2.0.x : 0027001335 'Anonymous'
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CD-Quick Cache v1.30 : name: Me key: DF92
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CDRLabel 3.0 1# : 3896857095 2# : 852058377
CD-ROM Archiving Drag-N-Drop Nt3.51 & Win95 Code: 12108084
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CD-ROM update v0.3 beta  : name: *** bbs: *** line #1: Registration key : 1419400
CD-ROM update v0.3 beta  : name: bbs: line #1: Registration key : 4669252
CD-ROM update v0.3 beta  : name: --- bbs: --- line #1: Registration key : 1726522
CD ROM Recording Tools n: Cobra 1997  o: privat   s: 3560819124
CDrwin.exe ver 3.1D (Golden Hawk) Name : Prizna Company : Plate Steel Productions Code : 1180236277
CDValety v3.31 Name: TheBrabo s/n: SBCDE-GHIJK-MNOPQ-STUVW
CD Wirard 4.61.0084 fn: Cobra IN: COB  ln: 1998   s: 2362
CD-Wizard v3.10 : first name: MaC initial: uCF last name: Thunderbyte key: 20517 s/n: 12349
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CD Wizard 4.31+ Name: Free Initial: R Last name: Reveal Key:5478
CD Wizard (CD-R Software) Crack
CD Wizzard v4.60.0065 First Name: Black Initial: PC98 Last Name: Thorne Password: 4443
CD Wizard n: Cobra  o: 1997  s: 12345-00023558-35219
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CD-Write v1.1 for Windows : s/n: 111010065995601
CDPlayer v3.xx : name: THE RiDDLER [E0D/P0W] s/n: 79FB
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Centrivex Bin Man v1.0 Name: Black Thorne - Phrozen Crew Code: 5BB17791-D1218C99-EA22
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CGI Star Duo 1.04 Code: CD1096-US173-57UNT-00101-3207634
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CHALLENGE POOL v3.0 in 0001B51E, change 7411 into 7511 (in the EXE)
Challenge Pool v5.0 s/n: Code: 122-167
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Chamaleon NFS v4.5 : S/N 34768840199594I3 Key code 2FA2
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Chameleon v4.x : s/n: 34059131041712 S3 key: A224
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Character Studio Rel. 1c1 Application ID: 629-00000666 Serial Number : E34E4A7D
Character Time v.1.01 Name: MiRaMaX Company: TheForceTeam Code: 21375IL
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Cheat master : Make an empty file &quot;
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CheckIt 5.0 S/N: DH-200004
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Check-It Professional 5.0 Code: D7-254093
Check List by TouchStone : s/n: D2-002587
CheckMail 32 Name : Riz la+ Serial : 468-000064
Check Mail v1.02: name: Gordon Liu s/n: 5582-9144-35
CheckIt Analyst v1.0 for Windows : s/n: A7-100163 or s/n: A4-137070
Checkit Diagnostic Kit v4.0 CD : s/n: D3-110036
Check-It NetOptimizer S/N: MH-119640
CheckIt Pro +v1.06 (sysinfo) for Windows : s/n: A1-001725 or s/n: A2-003581 or s/n: A3-062402 or s/n: A4-115796
CheckIt PRO Deluxe v2.0 for DOS : s/n: A5-175324
Checkit PRO v1.06 for Win/DOS and Checkit v4.0+ : A3-097582 or A3-098294 or A3-114035 or A5-171754
Checkit PRO v1.06 or 4.0+ /Windows : A4-115796
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Check it v.4.0 DOS Sn:D4-155195
CheckIt 5.0 Code: DH-200004
CheckMail32 v1.55 Name : Fully Licensed User 172854391
CheckMail 16 v1.65 Name: Reveals Serial Numbers s/n: 27300-9711-27
Cheap Date v1.0 Code: PhrozenCrw-0298
Chem3D Plus (mac) : 60086 KYAKRP
ChemDraw Plus 3.0 : Serial Number: 40770 Registration Code: CQXWPQ
Cherry 95 --- # 316247
Cherry Delight Slots s/n: 316247
CHESSTREE V.1.10 Name:TheForceTeam s/n: 3732795-2631321
Cheyenne Backup for Windows 95 : s/n: 2045685
Cheyenne Bitware v3.30U for Windows : s/n: 1600010823417
Cheyenne Bitware V4.0 Registration Number : 5104902939 System Purchased From : Drink Or Die '97 Serial Number : 17000800004138
Chicago (Windows 95+-build 177) : betaside id: 101907 s/n: 999670C9E
ChildProof 1.5 s: 66041444-66041444
Chinese Adobe PageMaker v5.0c : s/n: 03-50C8-100094310
Chinese DBase v5 for Windows : TA921A10058791
Chinese ET v5.0 for Windows : s/n: 62256346
Chinese MS Plus for Chinese Windows 95 : CD-KEY: 411-0252964
Chinese Office v7.0 for Chinese Windows 95 : CD-KEY: 411-0252856
Chinese Star v2.0 Plus for Windows 95 : s/n: CSTAR20S00-5000165 or s/n: CSTAR20S00-6001432
Chinese Windows 95 : CD-KEY: 975-4769754 or 422-2272456 or CD-KEY: 26495-OEM-0004791-53803
ChiWriter v4.1 for DOS : s/n: C42243-ENWNU9X
ChngCase 1.0.28 n: Cobra 1998  s: XmoghVAN   #: Corporate
CHORD PRO MANAGER V.1.4 Name:TheForceTeam s/n: 10598319
Chroma Graphics Chromatica 1.0 (Photoshop plugin) SN: CCB-100-0001-00030125645 or CCB-100-0001-000301256458
Chromagraphics chromatica s/n: CCB-100-0001-000301256458
Chroma Graphics EdgeWizard Code: CWB-100-0001-005745325805
Chroma Graphics MagicMask 2.0 Code: CMB-200-0001-005945824822 or Code: CSB-200-0001-000216491264
Chromassage 2.0 : CH1-1500349
CiAll Universal Message Decoder v1.0 s/n: 123456789012d0
CICS v2.01 for OS/2 : single-user s/n: UN74802 multi-user s/n: UN74786
CICS v2.01 for OS/2 multi user : UN74786
CICS v2.01 for OS/2 single user : UN74802
CIDMan v1.28 : name: PrOmetheus Tel No: 555-000-9999 s/n: ?421253GK@
Cindi v2.0 (NDIS-2 driver) : (CINDI 555000D20000 cindi.ini) s/n: 555000D20000
CineMac 1.1.1 : CFD101C3222
Cinepak Toolkit : 115:90.99014:2756968448A45421:N/0 or 115:90.99014:2558263296987C21:N/0
CineVideo/Direct v1.16 Serial number: B10008885 Registration number: 1143387200
CiPA (Common ISDN PAcket driver) : (CIPA 562200000000 [0x??] CIPA.INI) s/n: 562200000000
Cisco TCP IP Suite 100 ( MultiNet ) s/n: 0-uc0c-gh27-9j06-xszz-nr9s-wfn7
CiTrix Multi-User Link : s/n: 91126000197
CK Personal Mailer 3.0 n: Cobra 1998  s: 4119-5354-2300-
Clarion +v1.002 for Windows : s/n: 407457
Clarion For Windows v2.0 : 721266-JBC
Clarion v1.5 for Windows : s/n: 40734X or s/n: 40735X
Claris Draw v1.0v2 32 bit Code: 417007001210
Claris Easy Business Card Maker for Windows : s/n: 0005866781
Claris Emailer 1.0 : f804977886.3295
Claris File Maker Pro Deluxe 2.1 for Windows 95 : s/n: 0006063450
Claris Filemaker Pro 4.0 Code: 1-1014-0872-1114-2147
Claris Filemaker Pro 4 Mac and Windows s/n: 1-1014-2821-0318-4428
Claris Home Page s/n: PCPL1097
Claris Impact 1.0.x : 0003116155 or 0003119496
Claris Impact v2.0 for Windows 3.1 and Windows 95 : s/n: 0006055899
Claris Organizer 1.0v2 : Enter any number with 6 or more digits
ClarisWorks (mac) : 1120000
ClarisWorks v4.0 for Windows 95 : s/n: 011-245578-112
Claris Homepage 2.0 trial srnr.0005866781
Claris Home Page v3.0 Coder: 312013008240
CLASP 97 2.1.2 NAME: -= +JUANDA =SERIAL NUMBER: 415834-110838A-=--3538356
ClassAction v1.0b2 [Trontech Pty. Ltd.]Name: Riz la+ @Code: 130710364886
ClassAction v1.0b2 [Trontech Pty. Ltd.]Name: Shareware sucks @Code: 105536070088
ClassAction v1.0b2 [Trontech Pty. Ltd.] Name: Registered @Code: 107568522938
ClassAssist 1.01 s/n: 01A0000-7575625
Classical Music Collection 2.5 Name: Carol Swafford Code: 1876rVz52Q
Class Parser 1.1 Serial #: Bark!-0001-0001-0003
CleanSweep Deluxe 3.07 Crack
Cleensweep 4.0 deluxe s/n: CSWU400R071961
CleanSweep Deluxe Extra Strength ver. 4.00 s/n: CEWU400R071962
CleanUp 2.2 for Windows 95 Name: -= +JUANDA =- Code: N0B1E0z
Clean-Up 3.1 Name: DrDevil Company: Phozen Crew Serial: 3765417854
Clickbook 2.0 s/n: 1120B3587
ClickBook ver. 2.2 s/n: CBWR-GY4CDU-HEX4H-NNR-7B8CP2
Clickette of the Sausage software 1/2 : user name: Compu Terror company name: (Anything you Like)
Clickette of the Sausage software 2/2 : Expiry Date: (Leave Blank) registration key: 050YPQE8YLARYLH2JW6W
Clickette of the Sausage software (2) : User Name: Martin Karlsson s/n: 0N32YYVM6VRMHB23E5PJ
Clickette name: Compu Terror Comp: Anything you wish exp date: leave blank reg:050YPQE8YLARYLH2JW6W
Click&Paste V4.0 SERIAL: cpt2845640
Client Biller v2.5 for Windows 95 : s/n: 19735368
Clinical Pharmacology v1.2 for Windows : s/n: 6015526
Clinical Pharmacy for Windows : s/n: 9412345
Clip4Win Database Server v1.01 : s/n: DDS101065
Clipboard Extender 1.01 Code: PUMA40047
Clipboard Print v1.0 Name: Reveals Serial Numbers s/n: 50561D636A675C366
Clipfolio 1.2 (mac) : 1231120413450001
Clipfolio 1.5.1 : 1502091113247000003
ClipHound (TM) 1.0a Name: MegaDoc UCF Code: 32501
Clipmate : name: PrOmetheus [Db0/BS96] s/n: F0113042612
Clipmate v4.0 : name: CLIPMATE s/n: FFF02011948
Clipmate v4.0 (2) : name: Registered s/n: F0110717988
Clipmate v4.0 (3) : Name: tHATDUDE # of liscenses: 200 Reg: FC800378828
ClipMate Version 4.5.2 Production Release - Build 189 Crack
ClipMate v4.2x Name: Freeware Version Code: F0506217516
ClipMate 32 V4.26 Name: Registered Code: F0110717988
ClipMate v4.2.6 build 146 name: MCVD 1997 s/n : F0102384804
ClipMate 4.5.1 build 178 Name : Cosmo Cramer Serial : F0104454572
Clipmate V4.5.1 Name: CORE/JES Code: 00002049708
Clipmate v4.5.2 build 189 name : romeo sn# : FFF10795844 name : Registered User sn# : 12190652
Clipmate v 4.5.2 build 189 n: Cobra 1998  s: F0106451084
Clipper 5.3+ WIN : s/n: 085511-432164 name: MarQuiS De SoiR‚e comp/UCF
Clipper v5.01a : s/n: CDX 232393
Clipper v5.3+ : name: MarQuiS De Soire company: UCF s/n: 085511-432164
ClipTrakker v1.00 Crack Thanks to TheBrabo
ClockMan 95 v1.0.057: name: Steve Hsu s/n: 1203009890 # Users: 1 L: 597451
Clockman 95 1.0.057 s: 1303009890  n: Cobra 1997   #: 1  l: 339019
Clockman 95 1.0.072 s: 0003000000  n: Cobra 1998 #: 1  l: 355861
Clock Talk 16 4.0: Name: ThE STaRDoGG CHaMPioN [PC] Serial: 4710-4314-7636-8250
ClockTick v2.1.4 name: MCVD 1997 s/n : 961696008
ClockTick v2.1.4 Name : romeo '97 s/n : 1221593184
ClockTick v2.1.1 Name: Freeware Version Code: 2459335536
ClockTick 3.0.0 beta 13 Name: ³ QuQ/Factor98 Key/Serial: ³ 1072558364
Clockwise 2.03a n: Cobra 1998  s: 000001   #: X00E72
ClockMan95 V 1.0.170 Serial : 200398Durk Name : any name will do Users : 1 License: 456715
Clone Master win95 name=:MARQUIS: serial:79619AB5
CloneMaster 2.19 Name: Durk [pc97] Code: 967959B7
CloneMaster 2.19 Name: tKC/PC '98 S/N: 4FC59UEV93J4
CloneMaster v2.19 n: Cobra 1998  s: 05098BA6
CLONE-MASTER 2.19 Name: CoKeBoTtLe98 Number: JFH9GKQ56C36
Clox v5.5d s/n: *199898FFR0858G3
ClockWise v1.02b Name : SiLicon Surfer [PC] Serial : 1998 Code : L0D6F0
Closer v1.1 Name : romeo '97 s/n : 266551777659
Closer v1.x name: Nop [Phrozen Crew] ser#: 925867086108
CLOSER V1.7 NAME: -= +JUANDA =- SERIAL: 522346625797
CloseUp Host/Remote v6.0 for Windows : s/n: 31B57D-1121111
CloseUp v5.0 for Windows : s/n: 1BB463-852875
Clothreyes 2.0 for 3DSMAX 2 Name: Kashmir Number: 106230
CLS-TaskIcon V1.3 Name: Black Thorne Code: 16034954
CLS-TaskIcon V1.31 n: Cobra 1998  s: 8038307
ClysBar Name: ED!SON '96 Code: 142782
ClysBar v1.08b : name: Crack da WareZ s/n: BMBKEJANEJ
ClothReyes V1.02 (3D-Max plugin) Hardlock ID: 6551 Company/Name: The Riddler / X-Force Authorization Code: 102095
CMED 2.1b Name=PhaNToM Code=EQBLDMGPJM Name=Marylin Monroe Code=CLBJENCJCL Name=MJ13 Friends Code=BKCNANCNCP
CMEditor 1.08a CMBKBMDNEJ mARQUIS 1996 [uCF]
CM Viewer v3.10 : 44718494P31
CM-Textfind v2.5 : name: TwinHead [TWH/BDC] bbs: Blue Devils Courier s/n: 377462064
CM-TextFind v2.5 for DoS : (Cmtfind.exe /NRI) name: -- + TwinHead [TWH/BDC] + -- bbs: Blue Devils Courier s/n: 377462064
CM-TextFind v2.5 for DoS (2) : name: TwinHead [TWH/BDC] s/n: 377197731
CM-Viewer v3.10 : s/n: 44718494P31
CMed 1.08b : name:Crack da WareZ s/n:BMBKEJANEJ
Cmed 95 2.0a Name :Aesculapius Code : JTANBSFTGN
CMP QWK-reader v1.42 for Windows : name: The GuaRDiaN aNGeL s/n: 33333 key: 77090 or name: TeLLeRBoP s/n: 33333 key: 71901
CMP QWK-reader v1.42 for Windows (2) : name: Me! s/n: 33333 key: 68354 or name: You! s/n: 33333 key: 68966
CMP QWK-reader v1.42 for Windows (3) : name: 2U! s/n: 33333 key: 68343 or name: 4U! s/n: 33333 key: 68345
CMP QWK-reader v1.42 for Windows (4) : name: SoMeBoDy! s/n: 33333 key: 71863 or name: NoBoDy! s/n: 33333 key: 70693
CMP QWK-reader v1.42 for Windows (5) : name: Xxx! s/n: 33333 key: 69516 or name: Misha [UCF] s/n: 33333 key: 73051
CMPQwk v1.42 : Name: tHATDUDE! Reg: 66666666 Key: -27246
CO/Session Remote v7.0 for DOS, Windows 3.1/95 : s/n: 46290017865 or s/n: 86290020428
CO/Session v5.0 Host : s/n: TT122335
CO/Session v6.1 : s/n: TT122337 or s/n: T500600845
Coach &amp; Coach Pro : s/n: 1552467
CodeClip 2.05 n: Cobra 1998  s: 0119
CodeDigger 2.0+: Name: Riz la+ Code: X91R1E330A (for Use up to 2.0) Code: 2CZCPQJ3B9 (for Use up to 3.0)
CoderPad for Win95 Reg. Name: Misha [UCF]Reg. Code: 23976045
Codereview v5.0 sn: 2450-000000-00
COFFEE BREAK 1.1 s/n: 81799039 Name: CoKeBoTtLe98 s/n: 2152606
Cold Fusion Studio 3.1 Code: CF31SWE-9185240490
ColdFusion Server Enterprise 4.0 Code: CF40ENT-5127989016
Collage : 06-1748-1438
Collage (mac) : 06-1405-6209
Collectibles Catalogue v1.3 Name: SiG SN#: 987654731-528
Collins dictionary #Z15-A802501
ColorDesk v1.5 s/n: C1104071D
Color Fast v1.0 for Windows 95 : s/n: CF0104614
ColorHunt v1.0 name: (anything) s/n : 01553161
COLOR HUNT 1.0 Name: CokeBottle98 Registration: 01553161
Color Minder 5.5 (mac) : 188877
Color Studio (mac) : CS11305
Color View +v3.20 : name: -- + TwinHead [TWH/BDC] + -- s/n: 378839 or name: MaRooN s/n: 147250
Color view v3.10 : name: Twinhead [TWH/BDC] s/n: 378839
Color View v3.20 : s/n: 147250 name: MaRooN
Colorado TapeBackup v2.5 for Windows : s/n: 80-0151-250
ColorIt 2.0 (mac) : CI20A-xxxxx
Com 4.1: name: Cracked s/n: 376665-193920
Com 6.6.8 Name: TheBrabo s/n: 801387220155
Com V6.9.1 Name: CORE/DrRhui Code: 124781625
Com 6.9 Build Name: SiLicon Surfer PC'97 Code: 15542141 Name: Phrozen Crew Code: 25214321
COM Name: CORE/escom Code: 1085324171176
Com v6.9.10 Name : CORE DrRhui Serial : 166148228110104
Com v6.9.35 Name: frenzy Code: 25562204195141
Com Cost 2 n: Cobra 1998 #: s: 98770-98000
Comet/CG 2.3 (mac) : 22001175
COM Explorer 1.5 name:qq qq qq qq reg:6769-X9XXXX2
Comic-Soft 2.0: name: pc97 s/n: 042566726433
Comma Net Mail v2.50 for Windows : s/n: 19211134581-6
Command Line ’95 (v1.0) Name: fx22 s/n: fx22 - King of Cracking 2597068
CommandLine 1.0 n: Cobra 1998 s: 4B0210B
CommandLine 95 1.1a n: Cobra s: 537804
CommandLine95 : name: ED!SON '96 s/n: 901324
CommandLine 96: 753868
Commandline95 1.1 name: anything you want s/n: 56745674
Command Line v1.1 & 97 Name: FX22 s/n: 696524
CommandLine 1.0 n: Cobra 1998 s: 4B0210B
Command Line 97 Name : -= +ALI-BABA =- serial : 885964
Comment : s/n: 1897867
Communicate Lite 1.0.1 (mac) : 802860000000
Communique v2.20  : first name: 4U! last name: G.!.$ s/n: ??0CB6C53D??????
Communique v2.20  : first name: ScSi2 last name: G.!.$ s/n: ??6E6B40EE??????
Communicate v8.0 s/n: 500001058743
ComPact Disc Master +v3.4 : name: The Hand Of FATE! [THOF!/UCF] s/n: D8F2 or name: THE RiDDLER [E0D/P0W] s/n: 79FB
Compact Disk Master v3.5 4E94 Lost Soul [uCF]
Compact Pro1.5.x (mac) #sn 41206611 name: ANONYMOUS #sn 10710103 name: anonymous
Compactor Pro 1.51 (mac) : 16225913
Companion Reader v2.0 with NSR8 Serial for Numerology Star Reader 8: 383757 Serial for Companion v2.0: CER208739
Compel PE : s/n: ASYM10288
ComPhone v1.2.0 Name: TheBrabo Code: CP-1282-9485-BKP-6
Complete Program Deleter v1.4 for Windows : s/n: 728679
Complete Writers Toolkit : s/n: WT51191850
Compress & Expand v1.0 Code: 5341
Compress/DeCompress Utility v1.0 Code: 5341
Compupic v1.29b17 : name: Me phone: 999999 s/n: BBWKBBVEPC
Compupic v1.32+ : Name: tHATDUDE Phone: 765-4321 Reg: HX6TCFZBBB
Compupic v1.53 Name: tHATDUDE Phone#: 765-4321 Reg: HX6TCFZBBB
Compupic 1.6 name: hans stjernfeldt phone: 794-0545 s/n: rf7cgybbbb
Compupic 32 V1.61 build 19 Name:nobody Phone:4567890 Password:PDXEC1BBBB
Compupic 32 v1.71 build 238 Name: Registered Phone#: 800-000-1234 Reg: 807CT5BBBB
Compupic 32 v1.80 build 250 Name: Registered Phone#: 800-000-1234 Reg: 807CT5BBBB
Computer Sounder v2.3.133 - Piano Code: flucoteolislik67longerplznot
Computer Works for Windows : s/n: F16881
ConDiz v1.20+ : s/n: 29944150 name: -- + TwinHead [TWH/BDC] + --
ConDiz v1.20b : s/n: 29944150 name: TwinHead [TWH/BDC]
Conference Room 1.x : 1A5F-356E-860F-08DB
Conference Room v1.1 : s/n: 1154-1154-2154-1154
ConFig +v8.02 (fullversion) (2) : Line#1 regnam: RENEGADE [XADi] Line#2 regkey: 75000
ConFig +v8.02 (fullversion) (Edit config.reg) : Line#1 regnam: RENEGADE / XADi Line#2 regkey: 60262
ConFig v8.?? (write in CONFIG.REG) : Line#1 REGNAM=THE RiDDLER [E0D/P0W] Line #2 REGKEY=2048149648 Line #3DEMOKE=1358645280
Conflict Catcher 3.0.x (mac) : CC3-001-849-809
Connect 4 v1.1: Code: 74hf76hdg3e75hf
Connect and Notify v1.2 name: MCVD [ZIPWAREZ] s/n : e10926
ConnectPal Professional 5.0 to reg: jkfhwet45273   n: Cobra 1998  r-key: XlKAFFKHIAEMMLMGLMFF  c-key: 0008
Connect+SMTP Gateway for Novell : s/n: 00000744
Contact Coordinator 1.2: Name: ThE STaRDoGG CHaMPioN [PC] Serial: 980490525610
Contact Book v4.4 Name: SiG SN#: 987654299-273
Course Book v4.1 Name: SiG SN#: 987654220-477
ConText v2.0 OnLine Dictionary for Windows : s/n: 04.4101.20
Conundrum Red 1.0 Name: CDWarez Serial Number: 6956294
Conundrum Red v1.0 name: LOMAX [DSI] s/n : 12214303
Conversion Plus v3.5 for Windows 95/NT : s/n: 2004112-1209
ConVerSions Plus +v3.50a for Windows 95 : s/n: xxxxxxx-xxxx or s/n: 1913279-1312 or s/n: 732991x-xxxx
ConVerSions Plus +v3.50a for Windows 95 (2) : s/n: 904954-2539 or s/n: 445940x-xxxx or s/n: 123456x-xxxx or s/n: 972319x-xxxx
ConVerSions Plus +v3.50a for Windows 95 (3) : s/n: 983798-0308 or s/n: 90495x-xxxx or s/n: 98379x-xxxx
Conversions plus for Windows 2 : 823605-3171
ConVerSions Plus v2.0 for Windows : s/n: 11111111
ConVerSions Plus v2.53 for Windows : s/n: 983798-0308
Convert it for Windows 95 n: Cobra 1998  s: 1342
CoodClip 2.01 n: Cobra 1998  s: 0164
Cookie Crumbler97 v3.0 Final (32-bit) Serial: asd456
Cookie pal 1.0 name : Cosmo Cramer 1997 serial : 2061869
Cookie Pal 1.0.2: name: Hackerjack! s/n: 3388964
Cookie Crusher v1.5 Name: TheBrabo s/n: 11111111 r/n: 78217650
Cookie Terminator v1.1 Name: frenzy [C4A] Code: 6784-8eiBL6
Cookie Terminator 1.1 Name: CoKeBoTtLe98 Registration Number: 6784-8Sdbd6
Cool Checka! 3.001 Name : Cosmo Cramer Serial : $DA158DYF
Coolchecka! 3.001 Name: ThE STaRDoGG CHaMPioN [PC] Serial: $D7B84B35t
CoolChecka! 3.05 Name : Cozmo Cramer Serial : $74357312
Cool Clock V1.0b Name: lgb [REVOLT] Code: 611822988357
Cool Edit 96 : name=George Jetson Code=TLHNLGEW
Cool Edit 96 (2) : Name: DiGe Serial: HZVDWZGP or name: NosyFred s/n: FRJRMJRD
Cool Edit 96 (3) Name: PhRoZeN CReW 97 Code: SIYVBHZE
Cool Edit +v1.51 for Windows (4) : name: Me! s/n: ZREKPCZY or name: 2U! s/n: ZREBGTYI
Cool Edit +v1.51 for Windows (5) : name: 4U! s/n: ZREZERAI or name: CH:ILM s/n: LLDDGCPZ
Cool Edit +v1.51 Full for Windows : name: tHE riDDLER [uCF] s/n: XDRFJLMI
Cool Edit +v1.51 Lite for Windows : name: tHE riDDLER [uCF] s/n: ZPXSEWLF
Cool Edit 1.51 Win : name: Misha [DOD/RAZOR/UCF] s/n: LJLEOAJA
Cool Edit for Windows 95 : name: Andre Lagua s/n: TNDTMEWV
Cooledit v1.52 Name: AlienSoft Serial: YUKVIJNL
Cool Edit v1.52 Full for Windows : name: tHE riDDLER [uCF] s/n: CMFRQENH
Cool Edit v1.52 Lite for Windows : name: tHE riDDLER [uCF] s/n: NTCSJCLB
Cool edit 95 Name/tHE riDDLER [uCF] #/CMFRQENH
Cool Edit 96 Name : Andre Lagua S/N : TNDTMEWV
Cool Edit Pro Crack+Regfile
Cool Wave Editor v1.52 : Name: tHATDUDE! Reg: VLLTICVT
Copernic 98 Plus 2.0 Code: 999-700000000
COPERNIC 98 PLUS 2.01 s/n: 999-700000000
Copernic 98 plus 2.02 s/n: 708-174045482
Corpenic 98 Plus Number: 032-842118122
COPERNIC PLUS 2.51 Regsitration Number: 781-560255094
CopsTalk s/n: TRYM05301167
Copyto v1.11 (crackz by romeo '97 available at
Corel Draw V8.0 s/n: DR8XR-Q2636556
CorelDraw 8.0 Code: DR8XR-0074G719
Corel 8.0 s/n: DR8XR-79C34890
Corel Draw 8 s/n: DR8XR-8L66794825
CorelDraw8 s/n: DR8XA-88G14184
Corel Flow v2.0 for Chinese Windows : s/n: CF2-C20-577300
Corel Flow v2.0 for Windows : s/n: SW-Q023-CF-E or s/n: SAT-507-300794 or s/n: CF2-123-456789
Corel Gallery v2.0 for Windows : s/n: CG2-020-123456
Corel PhotoPaint 5 : PP5-063003
Corel PhotoPaint v5.0 for Windows : s/n: PP5-062483 or s/n: PP5-113889 or s/n: PP5-2522-97100
Corel Photopaint v5.0+ for Windows : PP5-062483
Corel Photopaint v5.0+ for Windows 2 : PP5-2522-97100
Corel PrintHouse for Win95 s/n: 20-1446-3914-5310 or s/n: 20-3122-3260-5235
Corel Ventura 5 for Windows : s/n: CD5-050-118034 or s/n: CD5-123-456789
Corel Ventura 8.0 Serial Number: CV8-12345678
CorelWEB.DESIGNER Ver.1.1 Build 78 Name: any name s/n: 29-1620-7559-1675
Corel Wordperfect Office 7 : WP7-8Q45777988
Corel Word Perfect Suit 7 s/n: WP7-Z541586101
Corel Word Perfect 7 Name: any name s/n: cwq 023 wpen8 70700
Coreldraw v4.0 NL for Windows : CD4-114-654-454 or CD4-234-345-567
Coreldraw v5.0 for Windows : CD5-123-456789
Coreldraw v5.0 rev. E2 for Windows : CD5-050-118034
Corel draw 6,0 sn=4480-1415-5172
Corel 7 s/n: DR7-45A7002640
Corelflow v2.0 for Windows : CF2-123-456789
Corel WordPerfect Suite 8.0 for Win95 Code: 7 35163 05396 8
Correcteur 101 v.3 s/n: t9r u8x h6w r7s
CorStream Dedicated Server v1.0 : s/n: CBA 0009432
Cover Your Tracks ver. 2.11 name: The Master DaVinci s/n: m6v9amyu9bwh3w
Cpic32 Name : JT Phone : 8649 Key : HG6AGF2BBB
CPU Indicator 1.1 Name : COSMO CRAMER Serial : 049B2600
CPU Monitor Plus v2.30 for OS/2 v2.1 : s/n: CPUP-V230-512073
cRACKING fORCE : s/n: 100-29692373
Crayola Magic 3-D Code: 500000-6487
Crazy Bytes 3 CD-ROM RAR files : s/n: $@642kalimero246@$
Crazy Gravity 2.0E Name: Randall Flag S/N: CGE111111-7951-6981
CreateInstall 2.0 Name: JUANDA Serial: 1800140932 Name: Phrozen Crew 98 Serial: 3793171881
Create-It (mac) : CRM9301513
CreateIt for Windows : s/n: IFSD-CI1.0-117
Creative Partner 1.0 (mac) : 2B044-D29F-25567
Creative Webphone s/n: VH565W3W6096B32B
Cross Communications v2.1 : s/n: 01159
CrossPoint +v3.1 : (Registered networks includes RFC/UUCP) s/n: C0-1736661 or s/n: C101-300477
CrossPoint +v3.1 (2) : s/n: C11232-2075543 or s/n: C12034-2255889 or s/n: C12345-2176741 or s/n: C23435-375295
CrossPoint +v3.1 (3) : s/n: C32164-1218450 or s/n: C33110-342192 or s/n: C34521-144162 or s/n: C54321-1379929
CrossPoint v3.1 (Registered networks includes RFC/UUCP) : C0-1736661 or C101-300477
CrossTalk XVI v3.81 for Dos : s/n: 004133
CrossTies for Windows : s/n: USA-101-00779084 or s/n: USA-101-0368376
CrossWords U Create 2.0: two waffles
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Crowd-Control v1.1 uNLOCK cODE: 1111201
Crumbler97 V3.0 Code: asd456
Crush Beta (mac) : tioga
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Crypt-O-Text : 00092*410177
Crypt-O-Text V1.22 s/n: 123493*387224
Crypt-o-text 1.24 serial : 121269*021841
Cryptomatic 1.01 (mac) : 346190
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Crystal Graphics 3d-Impact email : Code : 2474
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Objects library
Crystal 3D Impact Pro Code: 54358 Email:
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Crystal CaliBurn v1.02 for Windows : s/n: 6511ccw1o4413-u1 or s/n: CPP-5655455
Crystal Graphics Flying Fonts v2.0 for Windows : s/n: RB10-0140-1022 or s/n: RB10-0140-1023 or s/n: RB10-0140-1104
Crystal TOPAS 1.5 (mac) : RB20-0110-0730
CS1x Edit v1.22a name: LOMAX [DSI] s/n : $54FC894E
CSE 3310 HTML Validator v2.00B name: MCVD [ZIPWAREZ] s/n : ScWb>ceLd5VYad}Z
CSE 3310 HTML Validator v2.01(A) name: MCVD 1997 s/n : K4U788q488
CSE 3310 HTML Validator v2.00 Name : romeo '97 s/n : F57cRc7OZR (note : its an "O", not a zero)
CSE 3310 HTML Validator v2.0 Bill Gates Reg.key: l7UYfNRcU8
CSE HTML VALIDATOR 2.0 name :Cosmo Cramer 1997 serial :ecEcRdwc3b<`bw5 watch out upper and lower case
CSE 3310 HTML Validator v2.01 Name : romeo [d4c] s/n : dqO78M8TRPV8 (that's an `O', not a zero)
CSE 3310 HTML Validator 2.01A Name: Saltine [PC] Code: KLc7TpC3l3a7
CSE HTML Validator v2.5 Name: Saltine [PC] s/n: KLc7TpC3l3a7
CSE 3310 HTML Validator v2.50 name: LOMAX [DSI] s/n : V87mMQZOWWV8
CSE 3310 HTML Validator v2.51 (32-bit) Name: Reveals Serial Numbers s/n: mme8kkN57CXV
CSE 3310 HTML Validator v2.01a Name: Aphex Twin [Vandals/RTD] Code: Of8N6m68T586
CSE 3310 HTML Validator v2.55 Name: Black Thorne [PC'98] Code: NCY8eT5WdMPb
CSE HTML Validator 3.02 Crack + NAME: Johnny+X/C3'98! SER#: 18475007
CS Scribbler 98 v1.0 Name: tKC/PC '98 S/N: e20h6ER865c2D0f5 TOL: World Wide Licence
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CStar v1.0 for Windows : 4690289681360
CStar v2.0 for Windows : s/n: 4690289681360
CTMailer v1.5 Name: PhrozenCrew Serial: 8162-8146-116
CU! s/n: TheMouse
Cubase Audio XT 3.05 Crack
Cumberland Family Tree 2.23 (32bit) s/n: CFTWNF-19531636
Cumberland Family Tree 2.23 (16bit) s/n: BRCFTW-45879822
Cumulus Desktop plus 4.0x s/n: vek-apf-duf-ict-xer-zew
CU-See-Me : SCNE-011Y-04GN-20CL
CU-SeeMe v2.0 for Windows 95 : s/n: DCNE-0110-0ML4-KJCD
CU-SeeMe v2.02 32-bit for Windows 95 : s/n: SCNE-O11B-OCSM-A3CL
CUSeeMe Version 2.1.1 s/n: SCBE-001Y-0J8R-SWCT
CU-SeeME v2.1.1 95/NT and CU-See v2.1.1 3.x s/n: SCBE-001Y-0SAP-XECX
Cuseeme 3.0: SCBE-001Y-0SAP-XECX
CuneiForm OCR v1.20 for Windows : s/n: 230494CLC31L
CuneiForm OCR v1.22 for Windows : s/n: CRE075122-NET
Cuneiform v3.0b Crack - Thanks to TheBrabo
CuneiForm 97 v4.0 for Win95 Code: 57057899
Customizer 98 v1.1.23 Name: Black Thorne - Phrozen Crew Code: 084B9A4AFF8B1EFBB22DDD8868C83D6D5070F
Customizer'98 1.1.23 n: Cobra 1998  s: E7193FBC2C5A42BF030E474767E1ADB5CE46C
Cute Chat 1.0b1 Name : Terrible Lie Serial # : 5475
CUTE FTP v1.7 and v1.6/v1.5/v1.4x I have the Keygenerator
CuteFtp 1.XX 32b (REGINFO.DAT): *OŒ]È= (7 bytes file! You)
CuteFtp 1.XX 32b (REGINFO.DAT): Æ*Y>«Pr (10 bytes file! byte)
CyBerCom +v1.60 for Dos : (Cyber.exe /R) name: THe aNGRy youTh s/n: 70715199475842386091505467317934
CyBerCom +v1.60 for Dos (2) : name: LURKER/REBELS s/n: 57897220672956204756672967294756
CyBerCom v1.00 for Dos : (Cyber.exe /R) name: TwinHead [TWH/BDC] s/n: 170169191160190187183186
CyBerCom v1.00 for Dos (2) : name: -- + TwinHead [TWH/BDC] + -- s/n: 308382164167177184176181
CyberCom v1.00 for Dos (Cyber.exe /R) : name: TwinHead [TWH/BDC] s/n:170169191160190187183186
CyberCom v1.60 for Dos (Cyber.exe /R) : name: THe aNGRy youTh s/n: 70715199475842386091505467317934
Cyber-Info E-Mail Notify v3.0 FINAL Name: NiTR8^ Serial: 16868
Cyber-Info E-Mail Notify 3.7 Name: JUANDA Serial: 3392958921 Name: PC98 Serial: 2719143017
Cyber Lom CD Player 1.8 Gold s/n: Serial: BEE-300-272302
Cyber Patrol v4.01 Name: TheBrabo Unlock code: Unlock code : 540814 s/n: 2176
Cyborg^SNT 506130747
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Character Studio Rel. 1c1 Application ID serial key or number

PpThis tool also provides you the drag and drop interface that enables you to change and save images in a very short time. In addition, this tool is also signified in the demo video. More, it also permits you to copy the bitmap content to clipboard content and paste it directly into a desktop application. However, the latest software supports both copy-paste and drag-and-drop, this also gives you a separate integration with most graphics software.


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