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Make demos or presentations from screen images (GOOD!!!).
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Make demos or presentations from screen images (GOOD!!!).
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CAMAN.BAT 768 541 deflated
CAMAUTO.BAS 896 578 deflated
CAMAUTO.BAT 128 52 deflated
CAMERA.BAS 1408 878 deflated
CAMERA.COM 256 196 deflated
CAMERA.TXT 1792 898 deflated
CAMMAN.BAT 128 51 deflated

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Contents of the CAMERA.TXT file



GROUP OF CAMERA PROGRAMS FROM PC MAGAZINE, MAY 27, 1986
PLUS SOME ADDITIONS OF OUR OWN

CAMERA BAS 1370 4-29-86 BASIC SOURCE PROGRAM; CREATES CAMERA.COM
CAMERA COM 208 4-29-86 COM FILE, INSTALLS CAMERA IN MEMORY
CAMAUTO BAS 772 4-29-86 TIMED SLIDE SHOW, CALLED BY CAMAUTO.BAT
CAMMAN BAT 64 7-30-86 CALLS CAMMAN.BAS FOR "NEXT SLIDE PLEASE"
CAMAUTO BAT 65 7-30-86 BAT FILE TO SHOW TIMED SLIDE SHOW
CAMMAN BAS 727 5-12-86 HIT SPACE BAR FOR NEXT SLIDE
CAMERA TXT 1718 7-30-86 THIS FILE

To use these programs, first type CAMERA to install the camera in
memory. Then, whenever there is something on the screen you want to
capture in a file to show later, hold down Ctrl/Alt/Right Shift. Each
successive snapping of a picture with Ctrl/Alt/RtShift will save each
screen in a file, starting with A, then B, ... up to Z.

There are two ways to present the slide shows - automatically timed and
manually.

The automatically timed slide show is presented by typing CAMAUTO
The program asks you how many seconds to show each slide. You type
your answer, and away it goes.

For a manual, "next slide please" presentation, type CAMMAN. The
first slide appears on screen and remains until you hit the
Space Bar. Each successive slide remains on screen until you hit
the space bar.

CAMERA.* programs are directly from PC Magazine. CAMAUTO.* are the
same as CAM.* from PC Magazine, just the names have been changed.
Scott Larimer and Kiki Phillips created CAMMAN.* to allow for the
additional option of user determing when to show next slide.

More info on these programs is in PC Magazine, May 27, 1986, pp 259-262.


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