1. Re. PAF Companion:Yes, it's OK to install PAF Companion (PCOMP) at any time.If you have the CD, then just put the CD in your CD Drive and follow the instructions on the screen.PAF Companion is great for producing reports -- especially "Register" book reports; much easier to use and better output than from PAF.
2. Re. your 9 PAF files on floppy disks:Assuming these files all have different names, just copy them to the same folder that you have your newly created PAF file.Then, from the PAF FILE Menu, select "OPEN" and then browse to the proper folder where your PAF files are located.
NOTE:You don't really have to have all ten PAF files in the same folder -- put them anywhere you want, just as long as you can remember the path to their folders.