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A program for that will help you plan a balanced diet.
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A program for that will help you plan a balanced diet.
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DIETPLAN VERSION 2.00 - A PROGRAM FOR PLANNING YOUR DIET


INTRODUCTION

The DIETPLAN program comprises two files a FOODFILE which contains the food
data and a DIETFILE into which the user enters selected foods from the FOODFILE
to make an individual diet. Many DIETFILES may be created and saved to disc or
printed out. Data in the FOODFILE is related to normal portions of food such as
one apple or three rashers of bacon to allow easy selection, the user may add
extra foods to the FOODFILE and save to disc at any time.
Help screens are available via the F1 function key and during functions
explanatory messages are displayed to enable full operation without the manual.


INSTALLATION

The three files provided are the program DIETPLAN.EXE DIETEX which is the
FOODFILE and DOETPLAN.DOC which is this manual. Note the FOODFILE DIETEX must
be in the current directory for it to be found by the program during saving and
loading, also this file will expand as more foods are added.
DIETFILES are saved in the current directory or if prefixed by a drive letter
or directory (eg. A:MONDAY ) on the specified drive/directory. DIETFILES are
all saved with a suffix of .DIE to enable a directory of DIETFILES in the
current directory to be shown. Note that the system files must be in the same
drive or directory for this function to work.


OPERATION

Load the program by typing DIETPLAN and , the header copyright screen
will then be shown during which the shareware registration details are shown.
Press the Y key for colour display, N for mono this will display the first of
two screens the FOOODFILE screen.

The FOODFILE screen shows a list of the foods available to select for entry
into the diet created on the DIETFILE screen. Foods are selected by moving the
highlighted bar up and down the alphabetically sorted list of foods using the
cursor control keys as detailed below:

Csr Up : move up the list one line.
Csr Down : move down the list one line.
Pg Up : move up the list ten lines.
Pg Dn : move down the list ten lines.
Home : move to the first item in the list.
End : move to the last item in the list.

Note the Csr Down function is duplicated by the SPACE-BAR key.

When the required food is highlighted press to copy the food to the
DIETFILE screen where the quantity in portions is entered.













Other functions are available from the FOODFILE screen using the function keys
as detailed below.

F1 HELP : displays a help page for the FOODFILE screen.
F2 ADDFOOD : add a food to the FOODFILE.
F3 DELFOOD : deletes the highlighted food from the foodfile.
F4 DIETFIL : show DIETFILE screen.
F5 PRINT : output to printer the full list of foods and data in the FOODFILE.
F9 SEARCH : searches the FOODFILE for a specified food.
F10 EXIT : exits to DOS, warns if modified dietfile not saved.


The DIETFILE screen shows the list of foods selected for the diet being
created. Foods are selected from the FOODFILE screen then the screen changes
to the DIETFILE screen for entry of the quantity. After entering the quantity
the screen returns to the FOODFILE screen for further selection.
Whilst in the FOODFILE screen pressing the F4 function key allows viewing of
the DIETFILE screen and other functions as detailed below:

F1 HELP : displays a help page for the DIETFILE screen.
F2 DIR : shows a DIRectory of all DIETFILES saved to disc using F6 below.
F3 DELFOOD : enables deletion of a food item in the current named DIETDILE.
F4 FOODFIL : show FOODFILE screen.
F5 PRINT : outputs to printer the DIETFILE shown on screen.
F6 SAVEFIL : saves the DIETFILE on screen to disc.
F7 LOADFIL : loads a previously saved DIETFILE from disc into memory.
F8 NAME : enter the name of the current DIETFILE to save, load or print.
F9 NEWDIET : delete the DIETFILE in memory ready for a new diet.
F10 EXIT : exit to DOS, warns if modified files not saved.

The DIETFILE allows storage of up to 20 food items thus may be used to plan
meals or a whole days dieting. To save time when compiling diets enter complete
meals in the FOODFILE such as breakfast where the same foods are consumed
regularly.




DIETPLAN V 2.00 program and manual copyright Bob Eggleton 1989 Tel:0480-300334

Bob Eggleton Technical Svcs, 2 Victor Close, St Ives, CAMBS, ENGLAND, PE17 4UY


































REGISTRATION DOCUMENT DIETPLAN VERSION 2.00 1989

In order to use this software after initial evaluation you must register with
the copyright holder, on registration you will receive version 3.00 of DIETPLAN
featuring new user requested features.

To register please send 10 (ten pounds sterling) to:

B.E.T.S.
2 Victor Close
St Ives
CAMBS
ENGLAND
PE17 4UY

Please complete the following details:

Name.........................................................................

Company/Establishment........................................................

Address......................................................................

Town.........................................................................

Postcode/Zip.....................Country.....................................


Computer type................................................................

Floppy disk type (5.25/360k or 3.5/720k).....................................

Software use (personal,educational,commercial dietplanning etc)..............

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Suggested features for new versions..........................................

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