Contents of the MINIHELP.DOC file
Procomm Mini-Helper V 1.0
Main Programmer: Brandon Breckenridge (AKA Microfox)
Procomm Mini-Helper is Public Domain, it can be freely copied without
The Procomm Mini-Helper was designed with Pop-Edit, a utility that
allows the creation of pop-up help menus.
The Mini-Helper was designed to provide the ProComm user with a quick,
precise menu of some of the more commonly used commands.
This version (1.0) is experimental, and covers only about 10 commands.
Version 1.2 is in development, and will contain over 75 commands.
How to use Mini-Helper:
First, put MINIHELP.COM on your Procomm diskette. Type MINIHELP at the
You will see a notice, giving Pop-Edit's credits (no pun intended).
Then, load Procomm, and use the Mini-Helper at any time during ProComm.
To see Mini-Help, just use Cntrl-right shift. This key combonation was
chosen because it isn't used by ProComm or most other programs. To go back to
Procomm, just hit escape (ESC).
I'm not really sure how much memory Mini-Help takes up, but it isn't much,
so it shouldn't cause any problems running other programs.
I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE USE OR MISUSE OF
If you have any comments, criticisms, or commendations, you can reach me on
the following boards:
SugarLand (301) 340-8519
IBM WasteLand (301) 428-3418
The Blowtorch (202) 686-9398
I use the handle "Microfox" on the IBM WasteLand + The Blowtorch, and
"Brandon Breck" on SugarLand.
-- Well, GOOD LUCK, and happy BBSing!
--- Brandon Breckenridge
/ tarSoft, heading into our second year....
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