Maryland National Bank plans to be the first financial institution to install a new soup-to-nuts commercial lending system from Microsoft Corp. and three bank-software partners, according to sources close to the project.

The personal computer-based software, slated for installation at the bank by early next year, is built around Microsoft's Windows system. Users can control a computer's basic functions by selecting graphic icons instead of typing computer codes.

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