Category : BBS Programs+Doors
Archive   : QWKMERGE.ZIP
Filename : QWKMERGE.HLP

 
Output of file : QWKMERGE.HLP contained in archive : QWKMERGE.ZIP
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Start Merging QWK Files`Z Delete Source QWKˆZ Delete Source QWKÿÿÿÿ
*B 1,General Help

The QWKMerge QWK File Utility System

QWKMerge

QWK message packet file merging utility.

Copyright (c) 1990-1991, Mike King
All Rights Reserved.


Note: Use QWKCfg to create and maintain QWK
configuration files for use with QWKMerge.


Press [F1] at any time for context-sensitive help.
Press [Esc] to exit this help screen.
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*B 2,BBS Cfg

BBS Cfg

This option allows you to select which QWK configuration
file you would like to use for this QWK merge process.

Note: This is one of three items which must be selected
prior to starting the QWK merge process.

Also see: ^Destination QWK^, ^Source QWK^ and ^Begin^

Press [Esc] to exit Help.
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*B 3,Destination QWK

Destination QWK

This option allows you to select which QWK you want to
use for the QWK merge destination file.

Note: This is one of three items which must be selected
prior to starting the QWK merge process.

Also see: ^BBS Cfg^, ^Source QWK^ and ^Begin^

Press [Esc] to exit Help.
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*B 4,Source QWK

Source QWK

This option allows you to select which QWK you want to
merge into the destination QWK file.

Note: This is one of three items which must be selected
prior to starting the QWK merge process.

Also see: ^BBS Cfg^, ^Destination QWK^ and ^Begin^

Press [Esc] to exit Help.
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*B 5,Begin

Begin

After you have chosen which QWK configuration,
destination QWK and source QWK you want to use, this
option will begin the QWK merge process.

Also see: ^BBS Cfg^, ^Destination QWK^ and ^Source QWK^

Press [Esc] to exit Help.
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*B 6,Quit
Exit QWKMerge program.

Press [Esc] to exit Help.
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*B 10,Select QWK Configuration
Select which configuration file you would like to use to
control the QWK merge process.

Press [Esc] to exit Help.
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*B 11,Select Destination QWK
Select which QWK file into which you would like the
source QWK file to be merged.

Press [Esc] to exit Help.
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*B 12,Select Source QWK
Select which QWK file you would like to merge into the
destination QWK file.

Press [Esc] to exit Help.
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*B 20,Configuration Error
You must select a configuration file to control the
QWK merge process before QWKMerge can start merging the
QWK files.

Press [Esc] to exit Help.
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*B 21,Destination QWK File Error
You must select an destination QWK file before
QWKMerge can start merging the QWK files.

Press [Esc] to exit Help.
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*B 22ource, QWK File Error
You must select a source QWK file for merging into the
destination QWK file before QWKMerge can start merging
the QWK files.

Press [Esc] to exit Help.
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*B 23,Start Merging QWK Files
QWKMerge is ready to start merging the two QWK files you
have selected. Press Y or [Enter] to start merging, N
or [Esc] to abort.

NOTE: It is important that you make a backup copy of
the destination QWK file BEFORE merging the two QWK
files or you may not be able to recover it if an error
occurs during the merge process. Pressing N or [Esc]
now will allow you to exit the QWKMerge program and make
a backup copy before continuing.

Press [Esc] to exit Help.
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*B 90, Delete Source QWK
QWKMerge is finished merging the source QWK file into
the destination file. You may now elect to delete the
source QWK file from the disk. Press Y to delete the
source QWK, N, [Esc] or [Enter] to leave it on the disk.

Press [Esc] to exit Help.
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  3 Responses to “Category : BBS Programs+Doors
Archive   : QWKMERGE.ZIP
Filename : QWKMERGE.HLP

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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