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HELP.QC
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Help Master Version


See reference manual 3410.72 for a detailed explanation of all commands.

The following is a description of the commands available when executing
QUIK-COMM :














Notes for Help Master
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{HM}
Help Master is a program which allows to use the same documentation
file for both printing and display function. Using HM program
you can read the same file in fashion, that means
navigation and window facility.

An highlighted word represents a . Using left and right
you can move between key-words.

There are two different types of key-word; the first one opens an
explanation window, the second one jumps to a specific document point.

Pressing the key you can open an explanation window on that
words (first type) or jump to a specific point (2nd type).


. Press F1 for Help

. Press ESCape key to come back basic text
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{ASCII}
When you have an ASCII file on your PC, that means you can PRINT it,
you can TYPE it, you can EDIT it.

- PRINT filename
- TYPE filename
- EDLIN filename
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{Hyper Text}
That is a new technique to improve a text comprehension speed. Each
Hyper Text word can be a key-word which opens a new text folder, in
this new folder you can find new key-words which open new folders etc.

So that you can read text at the layer of your knowledge layer.
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{Hypertext}
See .
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{key-word}
A key-word is a special word you want to detail more. Depending on the
key-word type, you may enter in a window with more details or jump to a
specific point of the document you are reading
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{arrows}
See
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{arrow}
Looking at your keyboard, on numeric small keyboard, there are some
small arrows. For this program you can use Left and Right Arrow to move
right and down or left and up.
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{RETURN}
Often you can find this key as IMMISSION key or a CARRIAGE RETURN key
or ENTER key.
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{ACCEPT}
Accepts input from disks or tapes without processing
line feeds, and is otherwise equivalent to BUILD.
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{ADDRESS}
Build or access a file containing a list of addresses.
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{BATCH}
Same as BUILD except first 3 lines are interpreted
as the To, cc, and Sub lines.
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{BUILD}
Data Entry Mode is activated for entering message text.
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{BB}
Enters the Bulletin Board Sub-system.
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{BYE}
Signs the user off the MARK III system.
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{CANCEL}
CANCEL nnnnnnn - Permits the sender to cancel a message at any time.
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{CHANGE}
CHANGE - Permits user to change page formatting.

CHANGE str - Permits user to change address characteristics.
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{COUNT}
COUNT ON|OFF - Turns ON or OFF display of recipient address counts.
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{DEFER}
Marks the specified message(s) as listed without
actually having listed.
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{DELEGATE}
DELEGATE addr - Redirects messages from the current address to the
specified address.
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{DESCRIBE}
Displays descriptions of attach files.
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{DISPLAY}
Provides status of all messages that are current.

DISPLAY nnnnnnn - Provides activity status of a specific message.
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{ENTER}
Used for preparing and/or sending messages.
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{EXIT}
Returns user back to MARK III system level.
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{STOP}
Returns user back to MARK III system level.
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{FILE}
FILE fn - Executes QUIK-COMM commands from a MARK III file.
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{FORWARD}
FORWARD nnnnnnn - The message is forwarded to designated address(es).
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{GROUP}
Establishes group address codes.
{HELLO}
Signs user off and prompts for new U#.
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{HELP}
Lists the available QUIK-COMM commands.
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{LIST}
LIST I - Used to list respondent's current QUIK-COMM messages.
LIST nnnnnnn - Lists out a specific message.
LIST ADDRESS - Lists out stored address lists.
LIST STX - Lists out stored texts.
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{LOG}
LOG n - Performs a SCAN of unlisted messages every n minutes.
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{MONITOR}n - Performs a LIST of unlisted messages every n minutes.
MONITOR n - Performs a LIST of unlisted messages every n minutes.
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{NEW}
Does a QUIK-COMM log-on without an EXIT.
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{PASSWORD}
Allows user to change password (for log-on address).
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{PRINT}
PRINT fn - Same as LIST, except messages will be placed in file fn.
about messages and will not be released as in LIST.
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{PURGE}
PURGE ADDRESS - Purges stored address lists.
PURGE STX - Purges stored texts.
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{RELEASE}
RELEASE ALL - Purges all messages that have been listed by the user.
RELEASE nnnnnnn - Purges message nnnnnnn provided that it has been listed.
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{REMIND}
REMIND nnnnnnn - Places a REQUIRED ACTION tag on a message.
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{REPLY}
REPLY nnnnnnn - Similar to ENTER, provides automatic addressing.
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{REQUE}
Sets Queue status to be recognized with unlisted items.
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{RETRIEVE}
Downloads or exports attach files.
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{SCAN}
SCAN I - Same as LIST, except user will continue to be reminded
about messages and will not be released as in LIST.
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{SHOW}
SHOW ADDRESS - Displays information about stored address lists.
SHOW PERMIT - Displays Postal Permit Number.
SHOW STX - Displays information about stored texts.
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{STATUS}
STATUS nnnnnnn - The message will continually be shown in LOGON display
until all recipients have listed it.
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{TBATCH}
Same as ACCEPT except first 3 lines are taken as
as To, cc, and SUB.
{TELEX}
Plus (+) = Asterisk (*).
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{TIM}
TIM stx;file - Batch Text Insert Message processing.
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{USAGE}
Prints the current CRU usage.
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{USERS}
Directory inquiry.
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{USE}
USE COMMUNITY - Display cross-community aliases.
USE CONNECTOR - Display CONNECTOR aliases.


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Archive   : COP09A.ZIP
Filename : QCHELP.HEL

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