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dWelcome to Easy Comm !!! Easy Comm is a general purpose communication program that allows you to connect your PC to any remote system via a telephone line. Your computer must be equipped with a modem if you want to use Easy Comm for communication purposes. You can also use Easy Comm to connect your computer directly with another one through serial port. {
Since Easy Comm is equipped with a text editor, you can use it for editing text files for which a modem is not necessary. Ã
The ð menu is accessed by pressing Alt-Space. All the other menus are accessed by pressing Alt-L, where L is the first letter of the menu. For example, the "File" menu is pulled down by Alt-F. Æ
The screen of Easy Comm is devided into 4 areas : - MenuÿBar (top line) - StatusÿLine (bottom line) - MessageÿLine (a line above the Status Line) - Desktop (area between Menu Bar and Message Line) à
After you start Easy Comm a DialÿDirectory dialog box is opened on the desktop automatically, so that you can quickly select a desired directory entry and make a call by pressing 'd' key or clicking on the ['D'ial] button. f
An alternative method of calling is by pressing Alt-C or clicking on the Call word displayed on the Status Line. This command allows you to make a call using current settings (from the last call). This allows you to make calls without having to select parameters from the Dial Directory. You can also quickly modify current parameters by pressing Ctrl-F10. ¸
Easy Comm can perform both file transfers and file printing in the background. This means that you can print one file, upload or download another file while editing yet another file. ò $ R '  Edit Window Ü
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=Edit Windows are where you type in and edit your text files. T
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UsingÿEditÿWindows
Usingÿtheÿeditor
Findÿdialogÿboxÿ(textÿsearch)
Replaceÿdialogÿbox
File³Saveÿcommand
File³SaveÿAsÿcommand
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ÜMenu Bar is the top line on the screen which displays menu choices. Each menu choice contains a pull-downÿmenu which can be displayed by clicking on the menu item (e.g. File), or by pressing a short cut key Alt-L where L is a highlighted letter of the menu item (e.g. Alt-F for File menu). You can also get to the menu bar by pressing F10 function key and then you can use arrow keys to move the cursor to the desired menu choice and press to open the pull-down menu. y'& Pull-down Menus Ü
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¥Each Pull-down Menu contains a list of functions that can be selected by moving the cursor with the arrow keys and pressing , or by clicking the mouse on the menu item, or by pressing a highlighted letter (typically the first letter). If no letter is highlighted, it means that the function is not active in the current context, for example you cannot open a modem window before you activate a modem (Alt-C Call). ö
Some menu items have a short cut defined next to the function name e.g. 'Close Alt-F3'. Such functions can be activated by pressing a short cut key from any point in the program (if a function is active) without having to open a pull-down menu. ' Status Line Ü
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ßThe Status Line (the bottom line of the screen) contains a list of most often used functions which can be activated by pressing a short cut key shown left to the function name or by clicking the mouse on the function name. O
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lMessage Line is used to display information about communication related activities e.g. 'Modem Connected.'. ' Desktop Ü
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Desktop is your work area between the Menu Bar and the Message Line. You can open various windows, dialog boxes and entry forms on the Desktop. '  Dialog Box Ü
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8Dialog boxes enable you to enter various kinds of data. #
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You can select any of the above elements by either clicking with a mouse or using key (moves the focus to the next element). T
If the focus is on a button press key to push the button (or use a mouse). š
If the focus is on a set of check boxes use Up- and Down-arrow keys to move from box to box, and use key to toggle the setting (or use a mouse). o
If the focus is on a set of radio buttons use Up- and Down-arrow keys to change the setting (or use a mouse). ¡
To cancel a dialog box you have to press key, or press key, or click on the close box, or click on the standard [CANCEL] button (if one exists). '
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«A modem window is opened automatically after a phone call is initialized. After your modem is connected to a remote system all input and output is sent to a modem window. ª
A modem window can be resized, moved, closed and selected like other windows. When you close a modem window you can open it again using Modem³OpenÿModemÿWindow command. f
A modem window can be switched between normal mode and full-screen mode by pressing F4 function key. O
A modem buffer holds up to 250 lines which is 10 screens in full-screen mode. I
You can use the following keys to scroll the lines in the mode window : Ý
- - displays the previous page
- - displays the next page
- - displays the first page
- - displays the last page
- - scrolls 1 line up
- - scrolls 1 line down
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By pressing key combination you can display a TimerÿWindow. $
By pressing key combination you can copy text from a current page from the modem window to the Clipboard where you can further edit it and copy to other EditÿWindows. You can also select text in the Modem Window using the mouse and copy it to the Clipboard using also . \
You can copy selected text from the Clipboard to the Modem Window by pressing . !U‰  < ' Calculator Ü
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­The calculator is equipped with most common math functions. To operate the calculator you can either use the keyboard or press the buttons on the calculator with the mouse. .
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zYou can select a function by either clicking on a function button with the mouse or by pressing a highlighted letter-key. 3
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[BIN] BINary mode
[HEX] HEXadecimal mode
[DEC] DECimal mode
[ CL] Cancel last operation
[ AC] All Clear
[ + ] addition
[ - ] subtraction
[ * ] multiplication
[ / ] division
[ = ] display result
[NEG] NEGation
[F-C] switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius mode
[D\R] switch between Degree and Radian mode
[MWR] WRite to Memory
[MRD] ReaD from Memory
[ ( ] open bracket
[ ) ] close bracket
[TAN] TANgens
[SIN] SINe
[COS] COSine
[ % ] percent
[LOG] decimal LOGarithm
[LNx] Natural Logarithm
[e^y] e to the power of y
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[REV] REVerse (1/x)
[SQR] SQuaRe
[SRT] Square RooT
[FAC] factorial (!)
[POW] x to the POWer of y
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Keys [A],...,[F] can be used only in HEX mode,
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[Send-EX] Send Expression to the edit window
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çThe calendar displays the current month, highlighting today's date. The next and previous months can be viewed using the '+' or '-' keys respectivly. The mouse can also be used to change the month by clicking on the  or  icons. %
Press Alt-F3 to close the calendar. ' ASCII Table Ü
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iThe ASCII table displays the entire IBM PC character set. The current character is marked by a blinking block cursor, and the hexadecimal and decimal ASCII values of the character are displayed below the chart. A new character is selected by pressing it on the keyboard, by clicking the mouse on it in the chart, or by moving the cursor using the cursor keys. ã
Ascii Table can be useful when you want to filter out certain characters sent or received by the modem. In order to do it you have to specify Ascii codes of characters in the filter set field of the DialÿDirectoryÿEntryÿForm. ½
You can also send characters which cannot be entered from the keyboard to the active edit window. You do it by positioning the cursor on a selected character and pressing [Send-C] button. (
Press Alt-F3 to close the ASCII table. éP' Time Window Ü
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-First line displays the current system time. r
The second line displays the time on-line. The timer is started automatically after a connection is established. ó
The third line displays the alarm clock. The alarm time can be set and reset by clicking on the Set / Reset buttons in the time window. When current time reaches alarm time an audio signal is generated and the alarm message box is displayed. 3
If, when setting the alarm time in the SetÿAlarmÿdialogÿbox, you will check the Dial on Alarm box, Easy Comm will dial or even login to a remote system (if Auto-login is selected) automatically (using currently selected record in the DialÿDirectoryÿdialogÿbox) instead of displaying the alarm message box. 
Time window can be opened by pressing a short cut Alt-F5 (or from Modem menu) and closed like all windows by pressing Alt-F3. Ù"N
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To make a window active (topmost), click on the window area (if part of it is visible), use Window³Nextÿcommand or press F6 until you get to the desired window. You can also press Alt-n where n is the Window Number (0..9). ½
Edit windows also show the cursor's position (the current line and column number) as YY:XX in the bottom of the Edit window frame, where YY is the line number and XX is the column number. ½´' 0 Ü The Easy Comm Editor
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ñClipboard is a special window to/from which you can copy/paste/cut blocks of text to/from other editÿwindows.You can edit Clipboard like any other edit window. Also Clipboard works only in LineÿMode and it cannot be switched to Column Mode. 
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YPrint Status Window displays the following (with respect to the currently printed file): ¬ - current character number
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f'! Help Index Ü
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A ; ð|About
ð|ASCIIÿtable
ASCIIÿTable
AutoÿLoginÿProcedure

B  BoxÿCommands
C ¶ Calculator
CalculatorÿFunctions
ð|Calculator
Calendar
ð|Calendar
ChangeÿDirectoryÿDialogÿBox
Clipboard
ColorsÿDialogÿBox
COMÿPortsÿdialogÿbox
CurrentÿParametersÿdialogÿbox

D Y DeskÿTop
DialogÿBox
DialÿDirectory
DialÿDirectoryÿEntryÿForm
DirectoriesÿDialogÿBox

E ‚ EasyÿComm
Edit|Clear
Edit|Copy
Edit|Cut
Edit|Line/ColumnÿBlockÿMode
Edit|Paste
Edit|Showÿclipboard
EditÿWindow
Edit|Undo

F  File|Changeÿdir
File|CloseÿFile
File|DOSÿshell
File|Exit
File|New
File|Open
File|Read
File|RunÿProgram
File|RunÿSpellingÿChecker
File|Save
File|Saveÿall
File|Saveÿas
File|WriteÿBlock
FileÿTransferÿStatusÿWindow
FilterÿExpression
FindÿDialogÿBox

H  HelpÿonÿHelp

K ` KeyCmds|Boxes|DoubleBox
KeyCmds|Boxes|Eraser
KeyCmds|Boxes|MixedBox
KeyCmds|Boxes|SingleBox

M … ð|MemoryÿInfo
MenuÿBar
MessageÿLine
Modem|ChangeÿDialÿDirectory
Modem|CloseÿModemÿWindow
Modem|DisplayÿDialÿDirectory
Modem|EndÿChatÿMode
Modem|HideÿTransferÿStatus
Modem|ModemÿSettings
Modem|OpenÿModemÿWindow
Modem|CurrentÿParameters
ModemÿSettingsÿDialogÿBox
Modem|StartÿChatÿMode
Modem|Startÿ/ÿStopÿRecording
Modem|TransferÿStatus
ModemÿWindow
MouseÿOptionsÿDialogÿBox

O # OpenÿaÿFileÿDialogÿBox
OpenÿDialÿDirectoryÿDialogÿBox
Options|ClearÿDesktop
Options|Colors
Options|Directories
Options|Mouse
Options|LoadÿOptions
Options|Preferences
Options|RestoreÿDesktop
Options|SaveÿDesktop
Options|SaveÿOptions
Options|ScreenÿBlanker
Options|SoundÿOnÿ/ÿOff

P  Preferencesÿdialogÿbox
Print|CloseÿStatus
Print|DisplayÿStatus
PrintÿFileÿDialogÿBox
PrintÿOptionsÿDialogÿBox
Print|PrintÿFile
Print|PrintÿBlock/File
Print|PrintÿOptions
Print|StopÿPrint
PrintÿStatusÿWindow
ProtocolÿSelectÿDialogÿBox
Pull-downÿMenu

R Z ReformatÿParagraph
ReplaceÿDialogÿBox
RunÿProgramÿDialogÿBox
RunÿSpellingÿCheckerÿBox

S p ScreenÿBlankerÿDialogÿBox
Search|Find
Search|Replace
Search|Searchÿagain
SetÿAlarmÿDialogÿBox
StatusÿLine

T ‰ TerminalÿEmulation
TextÿEditor
TimeÿWindow
ToolÿBar
Transfer|Protocolÿchange
Transfer|Receiveÿfile
Transfer|Transmitÿfile
ð|Time

U  UsingÿEditÿWindows

W ´ Window|Cascade
Window|Close
Window|Next
Window|Previous
Windows|Show/HideÿRuler
Windows|Show/HideÿToolÿBar
Window|Size/move
Windows|SwitchÿScreen
Window|Tile
Window|Zoom
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pDial Directory dialog box contains a list of record descriptions (or names) from your dial directory database (phone numbers and baud rate are displayed as well). It also contains several buttons : ['E'dit], ['N'ew], [Re'm'ove], ['S'ave], ['D'ial] ['H'elp], and ['C'lose]. Letters in quotes are shortcuts. When you press any of those letters you generate the command. ã
You can make a phone call immediately by positioning the cursor on a desired record and clicking on the ['D'ial] button or pressing 'd' letter. This will initialize a call with parameters defined in a dial directory database. ­
You can add a new record to your database by clicking on the [New] button or by selecting it using key and pressing , or by pressing 'n' letter on a keyboard. H
You can delete a record from your database by using [Re'm'ove] button. ¡
You can display and/or edit a database record by using ['E'dit] button. You can use this function also when you are on line in order to modify some parameters. Ž
When you use the ['N'ew] or ['E'dit] button the entryÿform is displayed on the screen. You can display several entry forms at the same time. h
If you modified any record you can save the changes to a disk file by clicking on the ['S'ave] button. –
Easy Comm uses 'ECOMM.DIR' as a default file for dial directory. You can create new dial directories by using a command Modem|ChangeÿDialÿDirectory. éU
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ŸIn addition to NoTerm (no Terminal Emulation) two terminal types can be selected from the DialÿDirectoryÿEntryÿForm or from the CurrentÿParametersÿdialogÿbox. G
ANSI terminal type does not assign any character strings to any keys. a
VT100 terminal type on the other hand assigns special character strings to the following keys : ‹
- function keys Shift-F1..Shift-F10 (instead of F1..F10) - keys from the numeric keypad : <0>..<9>,<.>,<->,<+> - arrow keys - Delete key. ^
You are now in the Full Screen Mode in which most commands are disabled. In full-screen mode the only active function keys (displayed on the status line) are , , , and . Also, active remain (Quit), (Hangup), (Clear Modem Window) and (Auto Wrap On/Off). X
In order to access any other functions you have to first switch to normal screen (F4). –
In both full- and normal-screen mode you can use the following keys to browse through the text buffer : , , , , <> and <> . (<> and <> only in NoTerm emulation mode).
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Text buffer can hold up to 10 screens of text. By pressing Ctrl-Ins key combination you can copy text from a current page of the Modem Window to the Clipboard, where you can edit it and copy to any other EditÿWindow. ”
You can also select text in the Modem Window using the mouse and copy it to the Clipboard using also See also blockÿcommands. é‡ ­ F Ù Dñ'* Filter Expression Ü
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Filter Expression contains a list of characters that will be filtered out. For example if a system to which you are connected sends you strange characters that clobber your screen (what happens especially with mainframes) you can specify which characters should not be displayed. …
Filter also works in the other direction so you might disable some characters generated by your keyboard (e.g. control characters). ~
In a Filter Expression you specify ASCII codes of characters separated by commas. You can also specify ranges of characters. (
Example of a valid Filter Expression :  1..30,128,129,140..255
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™If the Auto Login box on the DialÿDirectoryÿEntryÿForm is checked the auto login procedure is activated after a modem gets connected to a remote system. ®
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þ |WAIT|abcd - Easy Comm will wait for
the abcd string in the incomming characters
þ |TIME|2 - Easy Comm will wait for 2 seconds
before proceeding to the next step of the
auto login procedure
þ |SEND|abcd - Easy Comm will send the abcd
string to the modem
þ |SEND| - Easy Comm will send the code
of the Enter key
þ |SEND| - Easy Comm will send
Name field (or user id) from the Dial
Directory Entry Form, followed by the
carriage return
þ |SEND| - Easy Comm will send
Password field (or user id) from the Dial
Directory Entry Form, followed by the
carriage return
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which has the Ascii Code = 27 (escape)
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RThe ASCII menu items opens an ASCIIÿTable that displays the IBM PC character set. A ' ð³Calculator Ü
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Nð³Memory Info displays a Memory Information Window containing the following : , - Total DOS memory : the amount of RAM memory in KB
(up to 640KB)
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program which stays in memory all the time (not overlayed)
- Editor buffer : the amount of memory in bytes allocated to the
text editor
- Overlays buffer : the amount of memory in bytes allocated to
overlays (parts of the program that are loaded to memory from
a hard disk when needed)
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used for dynamic allocation (heap) e.g. for windows;
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þ an inputÿbox with a history list
þ a listÿbox to browse the directory
þ the standard Cancel button
þ Open action button
þ an information panel that describes the
selected file
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ŠFile³New opens a new editÿwindow. The window gets the name "Untitled" and will have to be given a different name before saving to a disk. . '# File³Save Ü (F2)
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šFile³Save as command allows you to save the file from the active window to a disk under a different name. This command opens a 'Save File as' dialog box. '
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þ a listÿbox to browse the directory
þ the standard Cancel button
þ the standard OK button
þ an information panel that describes the
selected file
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ÕThis function allows you to write a selected block of text to a file. The 'Save Block as' dialog box will be displayed in which you can enter the file name under which you want to save the selected block of text. (
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selected file

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The OpenÿaÿFile dialog box contains: »
þ an inputÿbox with a history list
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selected file
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File|Dos Shell command now gives you almost all memory available below 640KB (it can vary between 500-600KB depending on the system configuration). This is achieved by swapping contents of RAM memory to either Expanded Memory (if available), what gives a very fast performance, or to a temporary ECOMM.SWP file which is created on your drive c:. 6
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-Enter the name of the program
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-now choose 'Save Options' item from pulldown menu under 'Options'
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*The Exit command terminates this program. '$ Edit³Undo Ü (Ctrl-U)
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ZDeletes the selected block of text from the active window and copies it to the clipboard. 
See also blockÿcommands.  D–'2 Edit³Copy Ü (Ctrl-Ins or Ctrl-K K)
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KCopies the selected block of text from the active window to the clipboard. 
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+Displays a clipboard window on the screen. : '( Edit³Clear Ü (Ctrl-Del)
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"C" displayed at the top left corner of the active window indicates the Column block mode. Š
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For block selection and block dragging you can use both mouse and keyboard (arrow keys). 
See also: - Edit|BlockÿDraggingÿOn/Off,
BlockÿCommands
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In a Drag Mode most commands are not active (except for some block operations: cut, block delete, paste, copy, line/column mode). 
See also: . Edit|Line/ColumnÿBlockÿMode,
BlockÿCommands
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lBox Commands allow drawing boxes in 3 different styles (plus erasing) with the Arrow Keys or using a mouse. 
See: KeyCmds|Boxes|NoBox, r KeyCmds|Boxes|SinleBox,
KeyCmds|Boxes|DoubleBox,
KeyCmds|Boxes|MixedBox,
KeyCmds|Boxes|Eraser
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UIt selects Single Box drawing style. You can draw boxes using Arrow Keys or a mouse. ‘
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ßThis command marks beginning of a block at the current cursor position. Also it begins block selection - cursor movement causes selection of a block from the previously marked beginning of the block to the cursor position. 
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See also blockÿcommands. Z ÝÒ
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See also: 6 BlockÿCommands,
UnindentÿBlock,
DefaultÿIndent.
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See also: " BlockÿCommands,
IndentÿBlock.
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XThis command changes all upper case characters within a selected block to a lower case. 
See also: 3 blockÿcommands,
LowerÿtoÿUpperÿCase,
FlipÿCase.
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XThis command changes all upper case characters within a selected block to a lower case. 
See also: 3 blockÿcommands,
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FlipÿCase.
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oThis command switches all characters within a selected block from lower to upper and from upper to lower case. 
See also: = blockÿcommands,
UpperÿtoÿLowerÿCase,
LowerÿtoÿUpperÿCase.
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€This command prints a selected block. If no block has been selected the whole file from the active edit window will be printed. 
See also: $ blockÿcommands,
Print|PrintÿFile.
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See also CursorÿMovementÿCommands. Bm' Line Down Ü
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NThis command moves the cursor one line down from the current cursor position. $
See also CursorÿMovementÿCommands. Bs' Page Up Ü
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See also CursorÿMovementÿCommands. Bo' Page Down Ü
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PThis command moves the cursor one screen down from the current cursor position. $
See also CursorÿMovementÿCommands. Bu' Screen Top Ü
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8This command moves the cursor to the top of the screen. $
See also CursorÿMovementÿCommands. B_'" Screen Bottom Ü
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;This command moves the cursor to the bottom of the screen. $
See also CursorÿMovementÿCommands. Bh'" Screen Center Ü
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@This command moves the cursor to the middle line of the screen. $
See also CursorÿMovementÿCommands. Bm' Text Start Ü
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:This command moves the cursor to the beginning of a text. $
See also CursorÿMovementÿCommands. Ba' Text End Ü
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4This command moves the cursor to the end of a text. $
See also CursorÿMovementÿCommands. BW', Insert Mode On/Off Ü
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9This command toggles between insert and overwrite modes. Q
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See also Insertÿ&ÿDeleteÿCommands. C' Delete Line Ü
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See also Insertÿ&ÿDeleteÿCommands. Ck'* Delete Word Right Ü
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See also Insertÿ&ÿDeleteÿCommands. Cl'& Abort Operation Ü
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2This command is equivalent to pressing a Tab key. „
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See also MiscellaneousÿCommands. Er', Auto Indent On/Off Ü
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ºWhen the modem window is open this command changes the modem window to the full-screen mode. In the full-screen mode the MenuÿBar is hidden and the modem window occupies the whole screen except for the bottom line - StatusÿLine. Modem window is displayed in the full screen mode automatically when terminalÿemulation is selected. To return from the full screen to normal mode you have to press F4 function key (displayed on the Status Line). ¨ Y'4 Window³Show/Hide Ruler Ü
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ðThis command displays the 'Open Dial Directory' dialog box. In this dialog box you select the name of the file (dial directory) you want to load to memory. If you enter the name of the file which does not exist, a new file will be created. .
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zThis command opens (or brings on top of the desktop) a modemÿwindow. It is active only after you initialize a phone call. P
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'Closes the modemÿwindow if it is open. 
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4This command clears the modemÿwindow if it is open. 
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All data that is received by your modem is displayed in the 'Responder Window'. '. Modem³End Chat Mode Ü
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¾This command turns on and off recording of an auto-loginÿfile. You can use this function to have Easy Comm create an auto-login file for you. You do not have to learn auto-login commands!!! S
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€This command displays Directories dialog box where you can specify directories for the Desktop file as well as for downloading. (K ': Options³Screen Blanker... Ü
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qThis command turns on and off sound signals that are generated during file transfers and when some errors occur. '0 Options³Save Desktop Ü
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€Saves the state of all open windows to a file called ECOMM.DSK. This file can be reloaded by selecting Options³RestoreÿDesktop. œ
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’Restores a previously-saved state of all open windows from a file called ECOMM.DSK. This file is saved via the Options³SaveÿDesktop menu command. §
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=Clears desktop by closing all open windows and dialog boxes. :'0 Options³Load Options Ü
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¼This command loads Color Palettes, MouseÿOptions, EditÿPreferences,and SearchÿOptions from ECOMM.OPT file if the file exists.The ECOMM.OPT file is created by Options³SaveÿOptions command. =
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fCancels printing (the printer will still be printing for a while until its internal buffer is empty). '* Help|Help on Help Ü
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Characterÿleft ³ Ctrl-S or Left arrow
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Wordÿright ³ Ctrl-F or Ctrl-Right arrow
Lineÿup ³ Ctrl-E or Up arrow
Lineÿdown ³ Ctrl-X or Down arrow
Pageÿup ³ Ctrl-R or PgUp
Pageÿdown ³ Ctrl-C or PgDn
Beginingÿofÿtext³ Ctrl-PgUp
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Insertÿmodeÿon/off ³ Ctrl-V or Ins
Deleteÿline ³ Ctrl-Y
Deleteÿtoÿendÿofÿline³ Ctrl-Q Y
Deleteÿcharacterÿleft³ Ctrl-H or Backspace
Deleteÿcharacter ³ Ctrl-G or Del
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Markÿblockÿbegin ³ Ctrl-K B or Shift-arrow
Deleteÿblock ³ Ctrl-Del
Hideÿblock ³ Ctrl-K H
PasteÿfromÿClipboard³ Ctrl-K C or Shift-Ins
CutÿtoÿClipboard ³ Ctrl-K Y or Shift-Del
CopyÿtoÿClipboard ³ Ctrl-K K or Ctrl-Ins
BlockÿIndent ³ Ctrl-K I
BlockÿUnindent ³ Ctrl-K U
IndentÿDefault ³ Ctrl-K Space
UpperÿtoÿLowerÿcase ³ Ctrl-K L
LowerÿtoÿUpperÿcase ³ Ctrl-K O
Flipÿcase ³ Ctrl-K F
PrintÿBlock/File ³ Ctrl-K P
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Menuÿbar ³ F10
Saveÿandÿedit ³ F2
Openÿfile ³ F3
Closeÿactiveÿwindow ³ Alt-F3
Tab ³ Ctrl-I or Tab
Auto-IndentÿOn/Off ³ Ctrl-O
Find ³ Ctrl-Q F
Findÿ&ÿreplace ³ Ctrl-Q A
Repeatÿlastÿfind ³ Ctrl-L
ReformatÿParagraph ³ Alt-R
CenterÿLine ³ Alt-V
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Characterÿright ³ Ctrl-D or Right arrow
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Wordÿright ³ Ctrl-F or Ctrl-Right arrow
Lineÿup ³ Ctrl-E or Up arrow
Lineÿdown ³ Ctrl-X or Down arrow
Pageÿup ³ Ctrl-R or PgUp
Pageÿdown ³ Ctrl-C or PgDn
Beginingÿofÿtext³ Ctrl-PgUp
Endÿofÿtext ³ Ctrl-PgDn
Topÿofÿscreen ³ Ctrl-Home
Bottomÿofÿscreen³ Ctrl-End
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Insertÿmodeÿon/off ³ Ctrl-V or Ins
Deleteÿline ³ Ctrl-Y
Deleteÿtoÿendÿofÿline³ Ctrl-Q Y
Deleteÿcharacterÿleft³ Ctrl-H or Backspace
Deleteÿcharacter ³ Ctrl-G or Del
Deleteÿwordÿright ³ Ctrl-T
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Markÿblockÿbegin ³ Ctrl-K B or Shift-arrow
Deleteÿblock ³ Ctrl-Del
Hideÿblock ³ Ctrl-K H
PasteÿfromÿClipboard³ Ctrl-K C or Shift-Ins
CutÿtoÿClipboard ³ Ctrl-K Y or Shift-Del
CopyÿtoÿClipboard ³ Ctrl-K K or Ctrl-Ins
BlockÿIndent ³ Ctrl-K I
BlockÿUnindent ³ Ctrl-K U
IndentÿDefault ³ Ctrl-K Space
UpperÿtoÿLowerÿcase ³ Ctrl-K L
LowerÿtoÿUpperÿcase ³ Ctrl-K O
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PrintÿBlock/File ³ Ctrl-K P
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Menuÿbar ³ F10
Saveÿandÿedit ³ F2
Openÿfile ³ F3
Closeÿactiveÿwindow ³ Alt-F3
Tab ³ Ctrl-I or Tab
Auto-IndentÿOn/Off ³ Ctrl-O
Find ³ Ctrl-Q F
Findÿ&ÿreplace ³ Ctrl-Q A
Repeatÿlastÿfind ³ Ctrl-L
ReformatÿParagraph ³ Alt-R
CenterÿLine ³ Alt-V
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- "Save files" check box - it is strongly recommended that you leave this option on (all modified files will be saved automatically before calling external program); ƒ
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After you have entered a file name on the input line (either by typing it in or by clicking on the file name) click on the Select button. This will result in inserting the name of the selected file into the Selected Files list. You can also delete files from the Selected Files list by clicking on the Delete button. You are allowed to use wild card characters in the file names. After you are done just click on the OK button.  S'& Receive File As Ü
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3) Sound On/Off - if you check this input box thunder-like sounds will be generated during blankout periods. H
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úIf you select 'Current Directory' ECOMM.DSK (desktop) file will be stored in the current directory. If you select 'Options Directory' the desktop file will be stored always in the same directory as the Options file (in the Easy Comm home directory). !
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«A modem window is opened automatically after a phone call is initialized. After your modem is connected to a remote system all input and output is sent to a modem window. ^
You are now in the Full Screen Mode in which most commands are disabled. In full-screen mode the only active function keys (displayed on the status line) are , , , and . Also, active remain (Quit), (Hangup), (Clear Modem Window) and (Auto Wrap On/Off). Ã
If you need to select a command that is disabled you have to switch back to the Normal Mode. A modem window can be switched between normal mode and full-screen mode by pressing F4 function key. ¹
A modem window in Normal Mode can be resized, moved, closed and selected like other windows. When you close a modem window you can open it again using Modem³OpenÿModemÿWindow command. O
A modem buffer holds up to 250 lines which is 10 screens in full-screen mode. I
You can use the following keys to scroll the lines in the mode window : Ý
- - displays the previous page
- - displays the next page
- - displays the first page
- - displays the last page
- - scrolls 1 line up
- - scrolls 1 line down
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By pressing key combination you can copy text from a current page from the modem window to the Clipboard where you can further edit it and copy to other EditÿWindows. You can also select text in the Modem Window using the mouse and copy it to the Clipboard using also . _
You can copy selected text from the Clipboard to the Modem Window by pressing . !«¯ é '> File Transfer Status Window Ü
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¦File Transfer Status window displays information about a progress of a file transfer. The window is opened automatically after a file transfer protocol is activated. 
It contains : ® þ File Name
þ Transfer Protocol name
þ Error Detection scheme (2-byte CRC, or 1-byte Check Sum)
þ Block Size in bytes
þ File Size in bytes
þ Number of Bytes transfered
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–Dial Directory Entry Form allows you to add or modify records in your DialÿDirectory database as well as change some parameters when you are on line. 

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1) Fields in the upper part of the form: +
þ Description - contains a description or } a name of a record - you shuld enter
a descriptive name of a system with which
you will be connecting e.g. Compuserve;
%þ Name - user id or name used during 1 auto-login procedure - you can leave it blank;
)þ Password - user's password used during 1 auto-login procedure - you can leave it blank;
.þ Phone - phone number of the remote system - 8 you should enter the ph.# e.g. 1234567 or
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2) Fields required for a modem to work: 
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³ ( ) Even ³
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³ Dial Type ³
³ (ù) Tone ³
³ ( ) Pulse ³
³ ( ) Direct ³
³ ( ) Answer ³
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³ ( ) 8 bits ³
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³ Stop Bits ³ (can be changed on-line)
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³ Baud Rate ³ (can be changed on-line)
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³ ( ) 1200 ³
³ ( ) 2400 ³
³ ( ) 4800 ³
³ ( ) 9600 ³
³ ( ) 19200 ³
³ ( ) 38400 ³
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³ Comm Port ³
³ (ù) COM1 ³
³ ( ) COM2 ³
³ ( ) COM3 ³
³ ( ) COM4 ³
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þ Retries - number of automatic retries 8 in case of a timeout (40 sec.) during
a phone call;
%þ Echo On/Off check box - if checked 8 a local echo is turned on (can be changed
on-line);
+þ Auto Login On/Off check box - if checked M the autoÿloginÿprocedure is activated
after a connection is established;
+þ Login File - name of the file to be used > by the auto login procedure if Auto
Login box is checked;
'þ Add LF On/Off check box - if checked f LF characters are added automatically
after every sent or received CR (can be changed
on-line);
(þ Capture On/Off check box - if checked G the session will be captured to the
file (can be changed on-line);
-þ Capture File - name of the file to be used L to record a session if Capture box is
checked (can be changed on-line);
,þ Filter Set - contains a filterÿexpression R which defines which characters will be
filtered out (can be changed on-line);
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³ Flow Ctrl ³ (can be changed on-line)
³ (ù) None ³
³ ( ) XON/XOFF ³
³ ( ) CTS/RTS ³
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³ Default Protocol ³
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³ ( ) Ascii File ³
³ ( ) XModem with Check Sum ³
³ ( ) XModem with CRC-16 ³
³ ( ) XModem-1k with Check Sum³
³ ( ) XModem-1k with CRC-16 ³
³ ( ) YModem ³
³ ( ) YModemG ³
³ ( ) ZModem ³
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